[ntp:questions] Re: OT Re: SNTP and requirement 1PPS signal
maarten at kittensandcats.net
Thu Mar 16 08:27:17 UTC 2006
"Jed Clear" <clear at alum.mit.edu> wrote in message
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> mike wrote:
>> RFC 2030 says:
>> It is strongly recommended that SNTP be used only at the extremities
>> of the synchronization subnet. SNTP clients should operate only at
>> the leaves (highest stratum) of the subnet and in configurations
>> where no NTP or SNTP client is dependent on another SNTP client for
>> synchronization. SNTP servers should operate only at the root
>> (stratum 1) of the subnet and then only in configurations where no
>> other source of synchronization other than a reliable radio or modem
>> time service is available.
> Is it just me or has "subnet" taken on a new meaning in this RFC?
Yes and no. It's more or less lost that meaning over the last ten years.
Other documents have used the term "overlay network".
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