NIST NTP servers

Josh Reynolds josh at kyneticwifi.com
Thu May 12 01:46:18 UTC 2016


maybe try with an odroid?
On May 11, 2016 8:45 PM, "Jon Meek" <meekjt at gmail.com> wrote:

> A note on using a Raspberry Pi as a NTP server. In my limited home lab
> testing the RPi server had enough instability that Internet time sources
> were always preferred by my workstation after ntpd had been running for a
> while. Presumably this was due to the RPi's clock frequency drifting. At
> some point I will look at it again.
>
> If you do want to build your own Stratum 1 server you might want to glance
> at:
>
> https://github.com/meekj/ntp/blob/master/jon_meek_ntp_poster2009a.pdf
>
> and the references there.
>
> I had hoped to use the very low cost RPi Stratum 1 servers at $DAY_JOB, but
> the test device was clearly not up to the job. At some point I hope to
> revisit this and do some more testing like I did for that poster. I'll add
> in a CDMA server and a dedicated WWVB receiver.
>
> Jon
>


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