[ntp:questions] Test internal clock

Towli towli at oldboyz.dk
Wed Mar 18 21:09:35 UTC 2009

Thank you!
It seems that ntpd is a Unix-thing though. Does something similar exist to 

"Richard B. Gilbert" <rgilbert88 at comcast.net> skrev i meddelelsen 
news:Euydneq2XpMfwlzUnZ2dnUVZ_hyWnZ2d at giganews.com...
> Towli wrote:
>> Hi
>> I would like to test my internal clock (from my domain pc) against a 
>> public ntp server, to see if there is a discrepance (i suspect our domain 
>> time is not synchronised properly).
>> Is there a way to do this?
>> Bst rgds from Denmark
>> /T
> You can install ntpd and/or ntpdate.  Ntpdate will either set your clock 
> or tell you how far off it is, depending on the options you select. 
> Ntpdate is deprecated.
> Ntpd will discipline your clock so that it synchronizes with your selected 
> time source(s).
> Meinberg Funkuhren offers a pre-built ntpd for Windows together with a 
> Windows "installer".  Our Meinberg contact is "Martin Burnicki"
> <martin.burnicki at meinberg.de> 

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