Re: [ntpwg] [dhcwg] Re: Network Time Protocol (NTP) OptionsforDHCPv6

Danny Mayer <mayer@ntp.org> Fri, 30 November 2007 03:38 UTC

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anthony.flavin@bt.com wrote:
> Perhaps some other ISP's involved with the NTPWG would care to comment
> on whether or not the poor practice of the past is still in place, or
> being replaced with best practice (which is to install their own
> servers, or reach an agreement for the use of somebody else's). 

I suspect that an ISP that is interested enough to be involved with the
NTP WG will be running their own NTP servers.

Danny


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