[ntp:questions] (Software) timeserver for windows being broadcast-able incl. keys
Richard B. gilbert
rgilbert88 at comcast.net
Fri Mar 16 15:10:30 UTC 2007
> On 15 mrt, 19:23, "Richard B. gilbert" <rgilber... at comcast.net> wrote:
>>Danny Mayer wrote:
>>>>>Do you have any idea why (in the ntp.keys-file on all clients) more
>>>>>than one key is specified?
>>Note that the ntp.conf file allows comments. Comments should be used
>>liberally to document what you did, why you did it, and perhaps even
>>when you did it. Unless you have a perfect memory you will need to
>>refer to those comments sooner or later. Even if you do have a perfect
>>memory, someone else may need to understand what you did and why
> Agree, yet file was not created by me, but I guess I have to suffer
I was really writing about eliminating future suffering. There is a
good chance that someday, someone else will need to understand how your
NTP subnet is configured.
Do something like this.
# Authentication parameters
trustedkey 4 5 6 # Used by Servers A, B & C respectively
controlkey 3 # To access the ntpq utility
requestkey 2 # To access the ntpdc utility
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