[ntp:questions] NTP 4.2.6p3 multicast server not visible in orphan peer to peer mode?

Wu, Bailey Bailey.Wu at thalesgroup.com.au
Wed Apr 6 23:58:06 UTC 2011

You are correct about the multicastclient. 
I posted the wrong config for the HPUX clients.
They do in fact use multicastclient

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Bailey wrote:
> I'm running ntp in an isolated small network.
>  All nodes on the network can be considered as 100% trusted.
>  So no security/authentication required.

I think you need to disable it then?

> I thought the broadcast command with a multicast address
>  configures the server as a multicast (manycast) server?

I think for multicast not manycast.

 ... and you didn't appear to have multicastclient

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