bobsjunkmail at bellsouth.net
Thu Jun 26 23:51:39 UTC 2008
The good news: The emails, and a phone call to the source - tamu.edu - got
it fixed. In the email reply I got, the computer science deparment
apparently was doing this to more than just me. My IP's blocked in their
firewall, and they've got some "administrative issues" to deal with.
"Steve Kostecke" <kostecke at ntp.org> wrote in message
news:slrng674v6.ggd.kostecke at stasis.kostecke.net...
> On 2008-06-26, Bob <bobsjunkmail at bellsouth.net> wrote:
>> I'll get a bunch of requests with the same port number, then a bunch
>> of packets with a different (the port for the bunch is the same)
>> port. Also, the time data in the request is random and corrupt..
>> example below. I've contacted the source by email with no response
>> yet. The source - a University - lists on their web page what their
>> own machines should be using for NTP - their own server.
> KOD only works if the client cooperates. That almost makes as much sense
> as taping a $100 bill to your front door with a "please leave me alone"
> Might was well just drop packets from those addresses at the router /
> Steve Kostecke <kostecke at ntp.org>
> NTP Public Services Project - http://support.ntp.org/
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