[ntp:questions] tardisnt unexpected WAN access

David J Taylor david-taylor at blueyonder.neither-this-bit.nor-this.co.uk
Tue Feb 17 07:28:00 UTC 2009

Danny Mayer wrote:
> If that is the case you are probably better off using the reference
> implementation of ntp which disciplines your clock on an ongoing basis
> by adjusting the frequency of the clock and not just sets the time. I
> can't tell for sure but I believe that Tardis just sets the time and
> does not adjust the clock frequency in order for it to remain in
> synch. I remember contacting Chris over 10 years ago about Tardis but
> it was not about that kind of detail.
> Danny

Tardis does include a frequency adjustment.

However, as NTP is now easy to install and use on Windows, offers better 
performance than either Tardis or the Windows built-in software, and is 
free, I see not reason not to simply install NTP.  Download a click-and-go 
installer here:



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