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From: Duncan <1i5t5.duncan@...>
Subject: Re: ntpd configuration question
Date: Thu, 23 Mar 2006 10:57:09 -0700
Steve Herber posted <Pine.LNX.4.64.0603230836590.17275@...>,
excerpted below,  on Thu, 23 Mar 2006 08:47:58 -0800:

> When I was re-configuring my ntp system one day I went to the ntp home 
> page:
> 
>  	http://www.ntp.org/
> 
> and found their very cool, Gentoo like, user contributed, ntp server pool:
> 
>  	http://ntp.isc.org/bin/view/Servers/NTPPoolServers
> 
> You might want to put your server into the public pool.ntp.org time
> server pool.  This is a great project.
> 
> They also list stratum one and two servers.  Please note that you need
> to ask permission or register with many of the system owners if you want
> to use them.

I believe that must have been where I got my original list, choosing
several of the stratum two/three servers to sync against, based on
geographic and internet diversity. If you notice, I have both a contact
comment and a notify requirement status comment line in my posted
suggested format, and yes, I did make use of them when originally setting
up.

As for running a publicly accessible server, I'm personally just consumer
level here, the one machine on a no-servers-allowed residential cable
modem connection, but I'd almost certainly run one as a public service if
I were a business with a static IP address and permanent internet
presence.  It's simple enough as a way to give a bit back to the
community, and shouldn't be as demanding bandwidth-wise as many public
servers would be.  (A publicly accessible caching nameserver would be
similar, altho somewhat higher bandwidth due to the frequency of access
for those not running their own, both of course assuming no deliberate
DoSing in which case bandwidth usage would of course be rather higher.)

-- 
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and if you use the program, he is your master."  Richard Stallman in
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References:
ntpd configuration question
-- Peter Humphrey
Re: ntpd configuration question
-- David Fellows
Re: ntpd configuration question
-- Duncan
Re: ntpd configuration question
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