[ntp:questions] NTP Question

Nooshin Madjdi nooshin72 at hotmail.com
Sun Mar 11 07:33:44 UTC 2007

Thanks for your help

ok i did so,which i should confess that ntpd was installed by Relay 
Application. now i have this problem

the clock of the Relay is Set to
GMT +3:00
but i live in a country which time is GMT +3:30 , so the time of windows is 
GMT +3:30 , i have set the ntp.conf so the relay should sunchroize itself 
with time of windows ,which doesn't, Relay always have 30 minutes down the 
actual time. if i set the windows clock to GMT +3:00 , so everything is 
fine, but i am in GMT +3:30 , does NTP client gets the actual time or just 
the Base time of GMT?

and one more question, do you any sites which i can get help on commands 
used in ntp.conf. i saw the ntp.org but couldn't find any specific document 
on that subject.


>From: Danny Mayer <mayer at ntp.isc.org>
>Reply-To: mayer at ntp.isc.org
>To: Nooshin Madjdi <nooshin72 at hotmail.com>
>CC: questions at lists.ntp.isc.org
>Subject: Re: [ntp:questions] NTP Question
>Date: Thu, 08 Mar 2007 21:18:42 -0500
>Nooshin Madjdi wrote:
> > I have a Relay which is connected to the windows server, i want to
> > synchronize the clock of the relay with the clock of the widnows , so i 
> > following
> >
> > 1- i started windows time service
> > 2- made registery changes for the w32tm , to make the windows Local NTP
> > Server
> > 3- made changes in ntp.conf for extinguishing peers and the ntp server
> >
> > 1-is that all to make the for synchronizing the two clock systems?
> > 2- how can force the synchronisation to be done by a command?
> > 3- how can i reduce the time interval of synchronisation ?
> >
> > thanks
>You shouldn't be using w32tm for this. Instead of doing this as it's not
>a proper NTP server, install the Windows version of ntpd and configure
>the ntp.conf file the way you need it.
>You cannot "force" synchronization. You can speed things up  by using
>iburst on the server lines and start the service with the -g option.

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