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How to create local NTP server

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Hi guys,

I'm currently using NTP for time synchronization and I'm using public NTP server. I would like to ask how to create a local NTP server and what are the configurations needed. Is it possible to use a workstation which uses XP as the operating system? I hope you can help guys.

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Jan 29 '08 #1
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NTP configuration is very very simple. you could refer the NTP docs @ http://www.isc.org/index.pl?/sw/ntp/.

Regards
Arul
Jan 29 '08 #2

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NTP configuration is very very simple. you could refer the NTP docs @ http://www.isc.org/index.pl?/sw/ntp/.

Regards
Arul

Hi

I was able to run NTP on my pc and like what I said, I connect to public NTP server. What I'm asking is to create a local NTP server on a Windows PC if possible. Based from what I read, I can used 1 workstation which will connect to public NTP server and my other workstation will then connect to the pc connected to public NTP server.
Jan 29 '08 #3

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Hi

I was able to run NTP on my pc and like what I said, I connect to public NTP server. What I'm asking is to create a local NTP server on a Windows PC if possible. Based from what I read, I can used 1 workstation which will connect to public NTP server and my other workstation will then connect to the pc connected to public NTP server.
Hi,
You can create your local NTP server, it is not an big issue.
But i don't have idea to configure NTP on windows.
I may help you configure NTP on any unix, any linux and OpenVMS.

-Arul
Jan 29 '08 #4

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