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On 23 August 2005 13:36, Bruno Lustosa wrote:
> Hello. I'm running ntpd as server on one of my machines, and it keeps
> itself in sync with 6 time servers around the globe. The
> synchronization works very well.
> The problem is when I try to get the other machines on the network to
> sync themselves with this one server. Most of them are running linux
> (kernel 2.6.x), but some are still running windows.
> Some machines can sync fine, and some don't. All of them can reach the
> server (same network), and there is no firewall at all.
> This is the output I get from ntpq on the machines that don't work:
> ntpq> peers
> remote refid st t when poll reach delay offset
>=== timeserver 18.104.22.168 3 u 26 64 377 0.214 46927.6
This isn't 22.214.171.124.
> 716.379 ntpq> assoc
> ind assID status conf reach auth condition last_event cnt
> 1 15036 9064 yes yes none reject reachable 6
> The only differences between this one and another machines where it's
> working fine are the status code (it varies a bit) and the condition
> (instead of reject, sys.peer).
> The ntp.conf for all machines have just:
> server 192.168.7.1
This one should be the only peer of your inside boxes, no?
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