[time-nuts] What's the best Windows 10 ntp client?
cautery at montac.com
Fri Sep 2 17:27:40 EDT 2016
Well then the ntpd program written into MY Windows CONTROLLED by the
program represented in the attached image....
It says it is a Monitor, but it ALSO controls how NTP works on MY machine...
It keeps my computer as accurate as can be expected considering I'm
using remote server sources and wireless connection to the internet...
I'll worry about compiling my own ntpd, et al. once I decide to run my
own stratum 1 server...
I'm pretty consistently within +/- 4 milliseconds at any given time...
usually < +/- 2 ms.
Clay Autery, KY5G
On 9/2/2016 8:09 AM, Martin Burnicki wrote:
> Clay Autery wrote:
>> NTP Time Server Monitor by Meinberg.
> Sorry, no.
> As the name suggests this is only a *monitor* program for NTP service
> (ntpd). You can use it to start/stop the NTP service, have a graphical
> presentation of the loopstats files optionally generated by ntpd, etc.
> So this is a nice optional addon for ntpd, but you need ntpd to actually
> synchronize the system time. The monitor program doesn't do that.
> Martin (working @meinberg)
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