[time-nuts] Soekris without a GPS receiver.
kb8tq at n1k.org
Sat Dec 27 16:26:54 EST 2014
The last release I see of NTPns is from 2008. The notes are from 2005. That’s a *long* time in Internet years. Is this the release you are trying to use?
There are a number of security (and otherwise) issues with NTP that have come up over that time period …
PHK is in the middle of a re-write of NTP so you may have something more recent.
> On Dec 27, 2014, at 3:16 PM, David J Taylor <david-taylor at blueyonder.co.uk> wrote:
> Look at the bottom of this page refclock.htm
> <http://doc.ntp.org/4.1.0/refclock.htm> for a list a clocks that NTP can
> use. Some of them are GPS receivers. For example "type 30" is the Oncore
> line of receivers and Type 20 is any generic NMEA GPS receiver, with is by
> far the most common type.
> There is nothing special about configuring a Soekis. It is just like any
> other system that runs ntpd. The top of the documentation pages is here
> Bob, Chris,
> Thanks for your answers, but as I mentioned, I'm using NTPns and not stock NTP.
> I appreciate the requirements for an accurate PPS source - this should be within a microsecond to start with, and then I may try a more accurate source (I have a couple of GPSDOs).
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