[ntp:questions] Re: time.ucla.edu is closed

Felix Tilley fetilley at cyberbromo.int
Mon Sep 4 19:54:57 UTC 2006


On Mon, 04 Sep 2006 02:54:39 +0000, Danny Mayer wrote:


> 
> NTP has never used TCP.
> 
> Where did you see that this system has public access? The notice
> attached to the list for tick (time is a CNAME) shows the following:
> 
> AccessDetails: 	 Open access to stratum-2 servers and to UCLA clients.
> 
> So why are you trying to access it?
> 
> Danny

It uses ntpdate -ub.  I am on a dialup.  No broadband here.
I didn't mean to cause so much trouble here.  I will wait until
the holiday is over, and contact ucla.edu.

I thank all of you for your help.

syncmyclock

Last syncmyclock update Mon, 04 Sep 2006 11:29:28 -0700

time.arizona.edu
 4 Sep 12:48:12 ntpdate[4254]: step time server 128.196.128.234 offset 0.174213 sec
ntp0.cornell.edu
 4 Sep 12:48:14 ntpdate[4255]: step time server 132.236.56.250 offset -0.004097 sec
time.caltech.edu
 4 Sep 12:48:16 ntpdate[4256]: step time server 192.12.19.20 offset 0.002223 sec
time.ucla.edu
 4 Sep 12:48:20 ntpdate[4257]: no server suitable for synchronization found
ntp2.usno.navy.mil
 4 Sep 12:48:22 ntpdate[4258]: step time server 192.5.41.209 offset 0.000743 sec
tick.usno.navy.mil
 4 Sep 12:48:25 ntpdate[4259]: step time server 192.5.41.40 offset 0.002183 sec
Synching Hardware Clock to System Clock


                                  




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