[ntp:questions] Does NTPClient need to be enabled for clients
jorgesilva_pt at hotmail.com
Sat Feb 13 23:05:54 UTC 2010
I'm not criticizing people for using them. I work in a company where (among
other services) we provide ISP to our clients, as you can imagine we can't
"afford- if you know what I mean :)" to have the Linksys or SMCs, or any
other crap routers. It would be really nice if some companies could rely in
one of those routers, but my point is not that nor I meant to criticize the
companies that use them. As I said before " if you're happy with it, keep
I hope that the information above helps you.
Have a Nice day.
MVP Directory Services
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"Ace Fekay [MVP-DS, MCT]" <aceman at mvps.RemoveThisPart.org> wrote in message
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> "Jorge Silva" <jorgesilva_pt at hotmail.com> wrote in message
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> Many companies use these Linksys retail box DSL/Cable "routers" as their
> edge devices. I understand what you are saying about not using an external
> time source as a security standpoint, but that introduces suggestions, as
> Meinolf indicated, to purchase additional resources to have an internal
> private stratum, which I *assume* you want to sync with an external
> source. Either way, the external sources are reliable, and whether
> synching the PDC Emulator, or a private stratum.
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>> Well, if you're happy with it, keep it.
>> Keep in mind that I'm not selling anything and surely I will not discuss
>> home user routers/switches/TVs and VCRs, I hope you don't mind -:)
>> I hope that the information above helps you.
>> Have a Nice day.
>> Jorge Silva
>> MVP Directory Services
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>> "Richard B. Gilbert" <rgilbert88 at comcast.net> wrote in message
>> news:obmdnVM9Z8Ek7OnWnZ2dnUVZ_gmdnZ2d at giganews.com...
>>> Jorge Silva wrote:
>>>> Sounds that you're all choosing the incorrect router...
>>>> If you're a home user, and with Linksys router I believe that you're,
>>>> try out SMC... -:) Forget that Linksys is Cisco based - LOL
>>>> Otherwise ask Paul's $100K Router Vendor :)
>>> The Linksys BEFR81 has served me well for the last eight or nine years.
>>> Even if I could afford a "real" router e.g. a Cisco SOHO router, there's
>>> not a thing it could do for me to justify the *very* substantial price.
>>> I would also have to purchase another eight port switch since the Cisco
>>> box would ONLY act as a router. Comcast provides routing along with the
>>> bandwidth I'm paying for.
>>> What could I expect from an SMC router/switch that the Linksys box does
>>> not do?
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