[ntp:questions] Connection peaks

Ryan Malayter malayter at gmail.com
Sun Feb 25 14:18:44 UTC 2007


On Feb 24, 4:56 pm, "Wolfgang S. Rupprecht" <wolfgang.rupprecht
+gnus200... at gmail.com> wrote:
> (In case any ISP'S are listening, all they need to do is add this line
> to their dhcpd.conf file. (Assuming their domain name is example.com
> and their ntp server is called "ntp.example.com".)  If they have
> multiple servers then a comma separated list will add all of them to
> the dhcp reply.

Except that no widely used NTP software (Windows Time or ntpd)
actually uses the NTP information in a DHCP packet for anything. So
why in the heck would ISPs bother?




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