[ntp:questions] Acutime Gold GPS

Miguel Gonçalves m at mbg.pt
Thu Aug 9 16:03:48 UTC 2012


Your reply and assumptions are so dumb and senseless that you don't deserve any further replies.

Go live your miserable life!

On 09/08/2012, at 14:57, unruh <unruh at invalid.ca> wrote:

> On 2012-08-08, Miguel Barbosa Gon?alves <m at mbg.pt> wrote:
>> Done!
>> 
>> $ ntpq -pn tick; ntpq -pn tock
>>     remote           refid      st t when poll reach   delay   offset  jitter
>> ==============================================================================
>> o127.127.20.0    .GPS.            0 l    7   16  377    0.000   -0.011   0.004
>> +10.0.2.9        .GPS.            1 u    4   16  377    0.171   -0.007   0.004
>> -194.117.9.130   194.117.9.137    2 u   21   64  377   18.067    0.461   0.278
>> -194.117.9.136   194.117.9.138    2 u    2   64  377   19.012    0.704   0.363
>> +193.136.5.16    193.136.250.246  2 u   53   64  377   17.044    0.378   0.212
>> +193.136.5.14    193.136.250.246  2 u   12   64  377   22.082   -0.089   0.456
>>     remote           refid      st t when poll reach   delay   offset  jitter
>> ==============================================================================
>> o127.127.20.0    .GPS.            0 l    9   16  377    0.000   -0.009   0.002
>> +10.0.2.8        .GPS.            1 u   10   16  377    0.176    0.008   0.004
>> -194.117.9.130   194.117.9.137    2 u   56   64  377   18.259    0.397   0.229
>> -194.117.9.136   194.117.9.138    2 u   46   64  377   18.941    0.644   0.295
>> +193.136.5.16    193.136.250.246  2 u   26   64  377   17.308    0.313   0.270
>> +193.136.5.14    193.136.250.246  2 u   22   64  377   21.547    0.079   0.369
>> 
>> Is this enough?
> 
> Enough of what?
> 
> Remind me never to give you help when you ask.
> 
> You gave no information in your original posting-- neither information
> oabout your system or your ntp setup. All he did was ask for that
> information and yhou blow up.
> 
>> 
>> Now really, if you don't want to answer don't.
>> 
>> I simply asked if someone had NTP and this particular receiver
>> working. What so difficult about this question? If you don't have any
>> experience with it don't bother to reply!
> 
> You were asking for help. I suspect if someone had replied "yes, I have
> this receiver and it is working" you would have blown up as well.
> 
> 
>> 
>> I have been using NTP since 1996, maintaining a stratum 2 server in a
>> University. So there... this is my experience!
>> 
>> And quite frankly my main Internet connection is sooo asymmetric that
>> NTP behaves badly for my purposes and therefore I have to route NTP
>> packets through a DSL connection.
>> 
>> For this reason and not to depend on pool servers I want to install a
>> third reference.
> 
> Good reason.
> 
>> 
>> By the way, you should have received a reply like the one you gave me
>> when you were having problems with your Oncore receiver and a lot of
>> people helped.
> 
> 
> Ah, so it was not just a question about other people's setups--
> you wanted help as well.
>> 
>> Now... If you don't have anything positive to add just shut up!
> 
> He did have something positive. He pointed out to you that you need to
> give information if you want useful help.
> 
> I am glad you got it working on your own. Certainly this response is an
> example of how to get help from others. 
> 
> 
>> 
>> Miguel Gon?alves
>> 
>> 
>> On 8 August 2012 20:40, Chris Albertson <albertson.chris at gmail.com> wrote:
>>> 
>>> 
>>> On Wed, Aug 8, 2012 at 7:27 AM, Miguel Barbosa Gon?alves <m at mbg.pt> wrote:
>>>> 
>>>> 
>>>> After converting RS-422 to RS-232 what do I need to with on the NTP side?
>>> 
>>> 
>>> First, install NTP and get it working using Internet Pool servers.
>>> 
>>> After that, come back and ask about adding the new GPS.  Also it would help
>>> to know which operating system you are using (Linux, BSD, ...?) and how you
>>> have the PPS connected.
>>> 
>>> Chris Albertson
>>> Redondo Beach, California
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