[time-nuts] Serial port server .. any interest in a write up on using ?
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Tue May 22 22:27:11 UTC 2012
I'd bet at least a cold order of french fries that you would be below 1 ms on a modern home wired LAN. Certainly everything I ping locally is sub 1 ms unless wireless is involved.
On May 22, 2012, at 4:44 PM, Hal Murray wrote:
> ed_palmer at sasktel.net said:
>> I've played with a Lantronix single port server and a Digi 16 port server
>> with no problems for simple COM port emulation. But I wonder if they would
>> work well with an NTP server. Has anyone tested that? Is the network
>> delay a problem due to either amount of delay or variation in the delay?
> I haven't done the experiment.
> If your network is lightly loaded, there shouldn't be much jitter. All bets
> are off if your network is overloaded.
> I think it depends upon your goal. If your target is a few 10s of ms, I'd
> expect them to work. If your target is a few microseconds, I'd expect
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