Re: Question about TrueTime NT - NTP

This is a discussion on Re: Question about TrueTime NT - NTP ; Of course, of course. Bob's recommendation did the trick for me.. ) -r ----- Original Message ----- From: Bob Rahe [mailto:bob@dtcc.edu] To: Bob Radvanovsky [mailto:rsradvan@unixworks.net] Subject: Re: Question about TrueTime NTS-10 > +------ On Jul 21, 0:16, Bob Radvanovsky wrote: ...

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  1. Re: Question about TrueTime NT

    Of course, of course. Bob's recommendation did the trick for me.. )

    -r

    ----- Original Message -----
    From: Bob Rahe [mailto:bob@dtcc.edu]
    To: Bob Radvanovsky [mailto:rsradvan@unixworks.net]
    Subject: Re: Question about TrueTime NTS-10


    > +------ On Jul 21, 0:16, Bob Radvanovsky wrote:
    > |>BTW, *that* did the trick. It recognizes "2006" now correctly. Thank
    > you!!!
    >
    > Great, glad to hear it. You might want to post that back into the
    > newsgroup. That way the next person doing a search might find it.
    >
    > Bob
    >
    >
    > |>-r
    > |>
    > |>----- Original Message -----
    > |>From: e-stop-bob [mailto:bob@hobbes.dtcc.edu]
    > |>To: questions@lists.ntp.isc.org
    > |>Subject: [ntp:questions] Re: Question about TrueTime NTS-100i
    > |>
    > |>
    > |>> Check this link:
    > |>>
    > |>> http://www.symmetricom.com/Media/pdf...41620-002k.pdf
    > |>>
    > |>> Or google 'nts-100 f68'
    > |>>
    > |>> There was a problem that showed up in 2002 which had to do with the
    > |>> parameter
    > |>> they call "Year Entry - GPS epoch management).
    > |>>
    > |>> Short answer is to log in to the thing (telnet, serial, whatever) and
    > |>> enter the
    > |>> command "F68 1996" (without the quotes.)
    > |>>
    > |>> Sets the GPS epock to 1996 rather than something else which was the
    > |>> default.
    > |>>
    > |>> Bob
    > |>>
    > |>>
    > |>> Bob Radvanovsky wrote:
    > |>> > Not sure if this is the appropriate place or not for this, but figured
    > |>> that since it deals with NTP, and GPS time bases, this would be asgood
    > of a
    > |>> place as any to ask my question, so here goes...
    > |>> >
    > |>> > I have a TrueTime NTS-100i server. It does GPS time synchronization,
    > and
    > |>> I *think* that it does NTP, too. Problem is, is there is an epochissue
    > |>> with the server. Anyone know *how* to fix this without having to spend
    > |>> $2000+ USD on a replacement??? I don't have that kind of cash, and
    > thought
    > |>> that I might be able to use it (not realizing that it has an epoch
    > issue).
    > |>> >
    > |>> > Any ideas, people? Private email or here is fine. Email is
    > |>> "rsradvan@unixworks.net".
    > |>> >
    > |>> > Thanks.
    > |>> >
    > |>> > -r
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  2. Re: Question about TrueTime NT

    It would be swell if somebody added that info to:

    https://ntp.isc.org/bin/view/Support...eTimeRefclocks

    I have also created:

    https://ntp.isc.org/bin/view/Support...eRefclockUsers

    H

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