[ntp:questions] National time standard differences
snews at lordynet.org
Tue Feb 9 10:19:06 UTC 2010
> I've setup an NTP server in the south east asia region synchonising
> with regional NTP servers as well as a couple of servers I am
> responsible for in the US.
> remote st t when poll reach delay offset jitter
> +Japan 1 u 454 1024 377 87.402 -0.560 0.056
> *Japan 1 u 476 1024 377 87.277 -0.810 1.542
> -NorthAmerica 2 u 427 1024 377 285.387 -17.741 5.084
> -NorthAmerica 2 u 429 1024 377 307.208 -17.061 0.083
> Is the above delta seen between Japanese and North American time
> sources purely the delta between the outbound / return network path or
> something else?
I'd say it is but you don't know for certain where any
path difference is having an effect, obvious guess is
the ones with largest delay.
Is it possible (or allowed even) to run "ntpq -p Japan"
and "ntpq -p NorthAmerica" to check what their billboards
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