[time-nuts] NTPns Configuration Settings?
phk at phk.freebsd.dk
Sun Feb 3 03:54:18 EST 2008
In message <000001c8661b$8311c870$7b01a8c0 at Inspiron>, "Jason Rabel" writes:
>Has anyone else here used NTPns by chance?
>I spent the day mounting a GPS inside a net4501 box (I took pics, will put
>them online next week, it turned out really nice). And I built nanobsd/ntpns
>using the files from PHK's website. The documentation is somewhat sparse on
>configuring, and there is no sample config file (that I can find, unless I
>completely missed it somewhere). Anyhow, if someone has some experience I
>would really appreciate any insight you can give (with both ntpns &
>So far my conf file looks like:
>oncore 0 serial /dev/cuad1
>oncore 0 pps device /dev/elan-mmcr
>oncore 0 pps flank assert
>ntpv4 0 listen *
>telnet port 123
This looks good.
Useful commands from the telnet prompt:
"show oncore 0"
"show source oncore_0"
"show source oncore_0 allan"
"show ntpv4 0 partner"
"show ntpv4 0 partner all"
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