[ntp:questions] Meinberg M200 remote monitoring

David Taylor david-taylor at blueyonder.co.uk.invalid
Tue May 27 16:16:14 UTC 2014

On 27/05/2014 16:46, Jason Rabel wrote:
>> I should perhaps have mentioned that I use MRTG,
>> but using the "ntpq" command and parsing its output
> That is what I do too... If the meinberg unit is running NTPD (I've seen several commercial units do that with their own custom
> refclock) it would probably be easier to parse the data you want from either querying the server or grabbing some log files.
> I like to log the following into graphs:
> Packets in / out
> Frequency
> Offset & Jitter
> Time Dispersion

Packets in and out from a box are the default variables MRTG is designed 
for, and can be had from FreeBSD, Windows & Linux systems.  Frequency, 
offset & jitter, and dispersion you should be able to get by parsing 
"ntpq -crv" output as my Web site shows.

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