[ntp:questions] Clock and Network Simulator

David J Taylor david-taylor at blueyonder.co.uk.invalid
Mon Jun 28 15:48:48 UTC 2010


"Miroslav Lichvar" <mlichvar at redhat.com> wrote in message 
news:20100628083857.GC21462 at localhost...
> I've been working on a simulator that I think might be useful for NTP
> developers and advanced users looking for optimal configurations.
>
> http://fedorapeople.org/~mlichvar/clknetsim/
>
> clknetsim is a clock and network simulator designed for testing
> unmodified NTP servers and clients. The NTP applications have all
> necessary system functions related to networking and clocks replaced
> by LD_PRELOAD mechanism and are clients of clknetsim server which
> provides access to the virtual network and clocks.
>
> Unicast and broadcast modes are supported. Network delays and clock
> frequencies are configured with Lisp-style expressions, there are
> several random number generators and waveforms available. It's also
> possible to use a file with pregenerated or measured values as a
> source.
>
>>From NTP applications, currently supported are Linux ntpd and chronyd.
>
> -- 
> Miroslav Lichvar

Do you have a Windows version of this simulator?

Thanks,
David 




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