[ntp:questions] Re: ntpd polling server every second
ronan at noc.ulcc.ac.uk
Mon Apr 10 12:19:24 UTC 2006
graham <graham at no.spam.thanks> wrote:
> So file should have read
> server <my ISP's ntp server>
> restrict <my ISP's ntp server> noquery nomodify
> driftfile /etc/ntp/drift
> restrict default noquery notrust nomodify
> restrict 127.0.0.1
> With the config as shown ntpd queries the ISP server every second; ntpd
> -q bangs on for ages (querying ~every second); fails to set the time
> Changing the default to "ignore"... ntpd queries the ISP server roughly
> every 60 secs; ntpd -q fails to set the time correctly.
> Commenting out the "restrict default" line entirely makes it behave!
> Thoroughly confused, and goodness knows what security restrictions it's
Where you have "<my ISP's ntp server>" in the config, is that a name
or an IP address? If a name, does that name have more than one address,
i.e. more than one DNS A record?
Your should have "restrict default ignore" unless you intend to offer
time service to clients.
Ronan Flood <R.Flood at noc.ulcc.ac.uk>
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Network Services, University of London Computer Centre
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