I am using FreeBSD v12 along with NTPd service to work as an NTP server for local PCs and servers on a LAN. In most cases the setup for demo purposes so the NTP server may not access the internet, so couldn't SYNC time from POOL servers configured in /etc/ntp.conf and needed to SYNC local...
we use FreeBSD 12.0 on an "old" DELL 2950 Server (8-Core, 24GB Memory) as our main ZABBIX Monitoring System.
From time to time, last happened yesterday, the system clock goes of by an significant amount of time and ZABBIX starts to alert because it thinks
that it didn't receive values from...
I have a Freebsd 9.2 system and a cisco router. I enable and config my system as a ntp server. The cisco is ntp client and by ntp broadcast I want to sync both system's date and time. My problem is cisco is one houre behind!
Do you have any idea for this problem?
I've added a constraint in openntpd configuration /usr/local/etc/ntpd.conf (only comments lines are hidden):
# use a random selection of NTP Pool Time Servers
# see http://support.ntp.org/bin/view/Servers/NTPPoolServers
# Server is in France
I have configured ntp.conf to have four servers to synchronize with. When I run
# ntpq -pn
remote refid st t when poll reach delay offset jitter
22.214.171.124 .INIT. 16 u -...
I have a FreeBSD 10.2-RELEASE server running as a KVM guest and doesn't keep its clock synchronize. I have enabled ntpd in /etc/rc.conf:
but it doesn't solve my problem. If the server runs for a few hours the difference between real time and...