[ntp:questions] Meinberg NTP Software--Time Accuracy

Danny Mayer mayer at ntp.org
Tue Jun 23 15:05:54 UTC 2009

Gene Miller wrote:
> On Jun 20, 1:42 pm, "W. eWatson" <notval... at sbcglobal.net> wrote:
>> In some science working I'm doing, I need subsecond accuracy for
>> timestamps.  I was told the s/w in the Subject will do the trick. Maybe
>> someone has used it before. I have little to go on, but installed it
>> successfully yesterday--I think. I gave it the tick.usno.navy.mil NTP server
>> name, and that finished the install. After
>> a minute of looking at my clock, there was no change. It happened to be
>> maybe 30 sec off according to my atomic clock.  What mechanism do I need
>> to use to truly get it started? I don't think what I did showed it was
>> adjusting my clock at all.
> For Windows, the easiest way to start ntpd is to use the Meinberg NTP
> Time Server Monitor available at :
> http://www.meinberg.de/english/sw/time-server-monitor.htm
> Gene Miller

Typing net start ntpd is too hard? the monitor is useful for other things.


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