hritter at cisco
Sep 24, 2002, 4:58 AM
Post #6 of 9
Re: [nsp] NTP server in 800 Series routers
[In reply to]
James is right. The release notes state that only SNTP is available. Sorry
At 01:45 PM 9/24/2002 +0700, Victor Sudakov wrote:
>James Sneeringer wrote:
> > On Tue, Sep 24, 2002 at 09:32:01AM +0700, Victor Sudakov wrote:
> > | What IOS feature set do I need to have an NTP server (not just SNTP
> > | client) in a 800 Series router?
> > Judging from the release notes through IOS 12.2, the 800 series does
> > not support full NTP in any feature set.
>Should I believe you or Harold? :)
> > | If it is not available at all, what technology could I use to
> > | broadcast NTP packets to a remote network behind a c805?
> > You are wanting to push time updates to clients instead of having the
> > clients poll a server? If your network topology will permit it, you
> > might be able to have your NTP server use multicast for updates. You
> > will need a "plus" image to get multicast support on the 805, and then
>Sounds too complicated. What if I just enable "ip directed-broadcast"
>on the spoke router and make the hub router send NTP broadcasts to the
>remote net's broadcast address?
> > you only get relaying, but that should be enough for this application.
>Victor Sudakov, VAS4-RIPE, VAS47-RIPN
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