[ntp:questions] Re: NTP sync on a standalone network (Windows 2k)
alex_s_p_a_m at carrausse.com
Fri Aug 18 21:01:46 UTC 2006
"Richard B. Gilbert" <rgilbert88 at comcast.net> wrote in message
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> David J Taylor wrote:
>> Hal Murray wrote:
>>>In article <44e4e0a2$0$31030$626a54ce at news.free.fr>,
>>>"Alexandre Carrausse" <alex_s_p_a_m at carrausse.com> writes:
>>>>Thanks, the GPS would be an option, but in the very secure site I am
>>>>working in, I am afraid I will not even be allowed to install an
>>>>What is the approx cost of such systems?
>>>Do-it-yourself: Under $100 for a Garmin GPS 18 LVC. You also need
>>>a PC. Old ones are probably OK.
>> For example ..
>> .. including an antenna just poking out of the window. Of course, you
>> probably can't open the windows either!
> If his site is really secure, he may have Windows but probably doesn't
> have windows!!! His electronic equipment may have to meet the "Tempest"
> criteria; e.g. any electromagnetic energy emissions do not contain
> recoverable information. Add inner and outer chain link fences topped
> with barbed wire, armed guards, and dogs. Your imagination can't be to
> vivid!!!! ;-)
It is not fort knox but almost ;-)
No windows and no telecommunication devices are allowed in the computer
room, no gsm, no antenna, no copper.
Thank your for your help. Today I have tested some monitoring tools, and
overall the situation is good.
Our system is 9 minutes below the real time (my wristwatch:-)
Here is how looks our client tcp.conf file file :
As suggested, I am thinking about improving it to have
On serverA, I am thinking about having the following conf
and so on for BCDE.
Does this make sense?
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