[time-nuts] Where can I find a master list of NTP /time services RFC's?

Javier Herrero jherrero at hvsistemas.es
Tue Oct 7 17:16:49 UTC 2008

PPSAPI is described in RFC-2873. The IEEE standard for precission 
syncronization is IEEE-1588. Here is a link to an application 
implementing a PTP daemon according to IEEE-1588:


Lot of information about the NTP related RFCs are referenced in 
www.ntp.org although v4 is not yet in the form of RFC.



Hal Murray escribió:
> I think there is another RFC on the kernel API for the PPS stuff.
> If you are looking for standards in general rather than just RFCs, there is 
> an IEEE (I think) standard that is very NTP like but aimed at much higher 
> precision.  It uses hardware assist to time-stamp ethernet packets.  I think 
> the target is synchronizing data collection within a lab: LAN rather than WAN.

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