[ntp:questions] NIST wonders if it makes sense to outsource NTP over the public Internet
Majdi S. Abbas
msa at latt.net
Wed Mar 19 19:43:22 UTC 2014
On Wed, Mar 19, 2014 at 12:20:55PM -0700, E-Mail Sent to this address will be added to the BlackLists wrote:
> Certichron (Time-Evidence Services) via
> <ustiming.org> (USTS) The United States Time Server Foundation
> is already doing that?
No, they're not.
> They are already a significant portion of the NIST NTP servers;
> They operate Eleven out of Thirty Four (Thirty Two Percent).
> They have Commercial Private Access NTP servers / services as well.
ustiming.org's DNS servers have been down for ~55 days now;
this used to apply to the Certichron parent, but now GoDaddy is
answering queries for that zone (and directing people to a holding
While only some of their servers are officially marked down at:
The rest are non-functional (or functional, but without working
This may be either an attempt to rescue Certichron, or find a
replacement, because too many eggs were placed in that basket. Of
course, this is all speculation on my part.
Does anyone know what happened to Certichron/USTiming?
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