>> Using netstat to see what ports ntpd is listening on.
> Then use telnet to see if you can connect to the port.
xntp is trying to connect to ntp. (hmm.....i havn't checked if the port mapper
is mapping it to anything....I'll have a look at that now)
We're also recompiling the source ....starting to suspect all options
mightn't bave been compiled in........
>> By the way whats the advantage of using a GPS receiver
> as oppossed to the time server in trinity college ?
> You could dialup every 3 hours or whatever and sychronise
> with it? A lot cheaper I'd say? How much wsa the GPS thingy?
hmm...why do we need a GPS.... well we need a good clock because the small
network is part of a system which count's photon arrivial times. The photon
counting device has microsecond resolution and we need microsecond resolution
wrt UTC for our data analysis.
Cost? not sure....but I'm pretty sure if costs more that me monthly paycheque!
:/ and still not working.....
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