You need a VLAN to the foot of NIST ITS services - no problem - we got you covered. Re: Need trusted NTP Sources

TGLASSEY tglassey at earthlink.net
Fri Feb 7 23:38:51 UTC 2014


Raspberry Pi
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This unfortunately doest give you trusted time. It gives you David's 
Raspberry Pi with an Adafruit Ultimate GPS breakout board which is a 
waste of time if you need an evidence grade of time service. It also 
means you assemble it and run it yourself.


If you need access to NTP - we can handle that
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As to how to get NTP into your networks - why screw around??? What do 
you need - your own VLAN into the back of the switch hosting the NIST 
ITS server... yeah no problem.

Go to the source and join USTiming.ORG and use our landing switch to 
cross connect your network into a VLAN type management network bringing 
NIST ITS services to the perimeter of your network - poof - no DDoS, and 
hey you get to work with us to expand the availability of the services 
across the US so its a win-win.

We have them spread out through the US under USTiming  and are looking 
for more sites that are telco hotels in particular - so if you have 
space and want to host is in a balance-of-trade type deal let us know.

Todd

On 2/7/2014 12:32 PM, Anthony Williams wrote:
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>   With a quick and easy mod, another option for $35 is a Sure Electronics
> GPS board.
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> GPS: http://www.sureelectronics.net/goods.php?id=99
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> Mod: http://www.satsignal.eu/ntp/Sure-GPS.htm
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> -Alby
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> On 2/7/2014 1:14 PM, Jared Mauch wrote:
>> Having a number of NTP servers will help you detect false tickers which may be critical.
>>
>> If you want something that is "cheap" as in you for your home, I can recommend this: ~$350 w/ antenna, etc..
>
>
>

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