Re: [Ntp] Antw: Follow-up to yesterday's mic comment about PTP security

Hal Murray <hmurray@megapathdsl.net> Wed, 24 July 2019 06:31 UTC

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Ulrich.Windl@rz.uni-regensburg.de said:
> Interestingly I think most data centers would like to have 1a: 100┬Ás to 5ms.
> Are you saying NTS can't do better than a few ms? 

It depends on your network connection and the availability of nearby good 
servers.  It's easy to do worse than 5ms.  It's hard to do 100 us over the big 
bad internet.


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