[ntp:questions] Local Time

Kevin Oberman oberman at es.net
Wed Mar 14 17:19:03 UTC 2007


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> Can NTP be configured to serve the local time to hosts on our network?
> 
> I understand that this isn't something we "want" to do... but it
> really is.
> 
> Is there some type of offset or something similar to do this. I
> haven't found anything in my perusal of the docs.

Ack! I can't imagine a reason good enough to do this, but you could use
fudge, I suppose, and some clocks have the capability of having a time
zone set into them. 
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R. Kevin Oberman, Network Engineer
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