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The typical accuracy on the Internet ranges from about 5ms to 100ms, possibly varying with network delays. A recent survey[2] suggests that 90% of the NTP servers have network delays below 100ms, and about 99% are synchronized within one second to the synchronization peer.
The typical accuracy on the Internet ranges from about 5ms to 100ms, possibly varying with network delays. A recent survey[2] suggests that 90% of the NTP servers have network delays below 100ms, and about 99% are synchronized within one second to the synchronization peer.
The difference between NTP and SNTP is the time synchronization program running on each individual PC (Server or Workstation). The Time Server does not care which protocol is being used. The difference between NTP and SNTP is in the error checking and the actual correction to the time itself.
NTP is Still a Security Risk. The Network Time Protocol (NTP) has been in the news a number of times over the past couple of years because of attacks on the protocol, vulnerabilities in the daemon, and the use of NTP in DDoS attacks.
Polling Intervals The default range for the polling interval is 2^6s = 64s up to 2^10s = 1024s. Normally it's a good idea to let ntpd itself adjust the polling intervals for its time sources.
The packet exchange takes place until a NTP server is accepted as a synchronization source, which take about five minutes. The NTP daemon tries to adjust the clock in small steps and will continue until the client gets the accurate time.
The NTP client initiates a time-request exchange with the NTP server. Once synchronized, the client updates the clock about once every 10 minutes, usually requiring only a single message exchange. In addition to client-server synchronization. This transaction occurs via the User Datagram Protocol on port 123.
NTP does not handle time zones. All time data handled by NTP is in UTC. your local time zone setting determines the offset from there. If your timezone is correctly set then you need to do nothing. To check your timezone have a look at the contents of the /etc/timezone file.
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