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Setting up timesync in mixed environment.

Hi!

I don't know where to post this question but I'll try here.
If I have a mixed environment with NNLS 1.0 and nw6.5 server, and I want
to configure the timesync.
How should I do it?
I know how to do it in a clean netware enviroment, but the NNLS is the
tricky part?!
Who should Primary/Reference, can I configure the NNLS server to be
primary/refernce?
I tried to search in the documentation but no succes.



Regards Boz
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Re: Setting up timesync in mixed environment.

boz wrote:

> Hi!
>
> I don't know where to post this question but I'll try here.
> If I have a mixed environment with NNLS 1.0 and nw6.5 server, and I want
> to configure the timesync.
> How should I do it?
> I know how to do it in a clean netware enviroment, but the NNLS is the
> tricky part?!
> Who should Primary/Reference, can I configure the NNLS server to be
> primary/refernce?
> I tried to search in the documentation but no succes.


You have to use ntp on linux machines. Setup the ntp client to get it's
time from your primary time server.

--
-andy
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Re: Setting up timesync in mixed environment.

Andy Thompson (SysOp) wrote:
> boz wrote:
>
>
>>Hi!
>>
>>I don't know where to post this question but I'll try here.
>>If I have a mixed environment with NNLS 1.0 and nw6.5 server, and I want
>>to configure the timesync.
>>How should I do it?
>>I know how to do it in a clean netware enviroment, but the NNLS is the
>>tricky part?!
>>Who should Primary/Reference, can I configure the NNLS server to be
>>primary/refernce?
>>I tried to search in the documentation but no succes.

>
>
> You have to use ntp on linux machines. Setup the ntp client to get it's
> time from your primary time server.
>


Can I put the Linux box as primary or does it need to be a Netware box
as a primary time provider?
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Re: Setting up timesync in mixed environment.

boz wrote:
> Andy Thompson (SysOp) wrote:
>
>> boz wrote:
>>
>>
>>> Hi!
>>>
>>> I don't know where to post this question but I'll try here.
>>> If I have a mixed environment with NNLS 1.0 and nw6.5 server, and I want
>>> to configure the timesync.
>>> How should I do it?
>>> I know how to do it in a clean netware enviroment, but the NNLS is the
>>> tricky part?!
>>> Who should Primary/Reference, can I configure the NNLS server to be
>>> primary/refernce?
>>> I tried to search in the documentation but no succes.

>>
>>
>>
>> You have to use ntp on linux machines. Setup the ntp client to get it's
>> time from your primary time server.
>>

>
> Can I put the Linux box as primary or does it need to be a Netware box
> as a primary time provider?


You can use the linux box as a ntp time source for your netware box if
you are running a ntp server daemon on it.

-andy
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