[ntp:questions] Decommission NTP server

David J Taylor david-taylor at blueyonder.co.uk.invalid
Thu Aug 26 05:20:51 UTC 2010


> On Wed, Aug 25, 2010 at 3:52 PM, David J Taylor
> <david-taylor at blueyonder.co.uk.invalid> wrote:
>
>> 'ntpdc -c monlist' is your friend, it will list the last 600-700 
>> clients.
>>>
>>> If you have a lot more clients than this, then you'll have to either
>>> install a new/dev ntpd version or insert WireShark or a similar 
>>> sniffer on a
>>> mirror of the server switch port.
>>>
>>> Terje
>>>
>>
>> Terje,
>>
>> I just tried this on my local stratum-1 PC, and was surprised to see 
>> the
>> backup upstream servers listed, as well as my local clients.  I'm not
>> expecting to serve time to the rest of the world, so is this a result 
>> which
>> should be expected?  I have no restrict or other security lines in the
>> config files, and I have no incoming port forwarding set up on my 
>> router for
>> UDP/123 (or TCP/123).
>>
>> Puzzled!
>>
>> David
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>
> My guess is that is lists all connections even when your server is 
> checking
> its own time.
> John

Yes, it does look like that, but as it's the first time I've even tried 
monlist, I was hoping for confirmation from a more experienced user.

Thanks,
David 




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