Sep 30, 2019 · synchronised to NTP server (220.127.116.11) at stratum 3 time correct to within 42 ms polling server every 1024 s Use the echo command to display exit status of ntp client: $ echo $? Sample outputs: 0 Checking the status of NTP with ntpq command. The ntpq utility program is used to monitor NTP daemon ntpd operations and determine performance.
OpenWRT’s NTP client already synchronizes with the NTP pool, so making it also act as a NTP server for internal clients is ideal. OpenWRT’s default client is the busybox NTP client, which can also act as a server – no need to install additional packages! Any such-configured NTP server certainly can serve as a backup for local timekeeping when Internet connectivity is not available, but should never be advertised on the Internet as a Stratum 1 clock. Proper GPS synchronization uses a PPS output (or similar) from the device, fed directly into an interrupt-generating line, for example a GPIO or Jan 06, 2016 · Check Enable NTP client and Provide NTP server. This is to configure the router to act as a NTP forwarder. Pick your servers; pool.ntp.org is a popular option but Malaysia seems to have (at time of writing) just one NTP server in the pool. This is fine if it is always working, unfortunately not. OpenWrt will try the specified hosts in order, and use the first one that is responding to time requests. OpenWrt uses the NTP Pool to locate a close-by time server. These are the default hosts: In your OpenWRT Console, go to Network, Interfaces, then go to LAN (Or the Interface you want to add this option to), then click Edit. Go to DHCP Server, Advanced Settings and add the lines below, each item needs to be added to an individual line, the IP address on the line below of 192.168.1.1 would be your router's IP address.
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The server is built in to both these servers. Where possible, use ntp as noted above. Your ISP's DNS servers are likely to provide NTP services. These are likely closer on the net than any other servers. As suggested above, you should consider setting up an NTP server on your network. OpenWRT has an ntp package, and can be uses as your NTP server. The pool.ntp.org project is a big virtual cluster of timeservers providing reliable easy to use NTP service for millions of clients. The pool is being used by hundreds of millions of systems around the world. It's the default "time server" for most of the major Linux distributions and many networked appliances (see information for vendors).
Before moving forward, make sure your OpenWRT router is an NTP Server and not just an NTP Client, for this, log into your OpenWRT Console, go to System, then System again, and open Time Synchronization and check the Provide NTP Server.
config timeserver 'ntp' option enable_server '1' option server 'time.nist.gov' the init script run fine i've find that the problem is the validate_data program, when it return a list of sting omit the quotes and the eval exit Sorry for my lack of knowledge, I would like to configure openwrt to get the NTP server using DHCP. I am using Backfire (10.03.1, r29592) AR71xx in a Nanostation Loco M2. Openntpd time servers end up in public places, such as the NTP pool, where they end up breaking the NTP network for everyone. I don't see how this affects OpenWrt. Anyone running a public NTP server should have a good understanding of the NTP protocol and the various daemons; someone running a NTP pool server on a router should have their head Oct 18, 2011 · In May 2018, the OpenWrt forum suffered a total data loss. This archive is an effort to restore and make available as much content as possible. Content may be missing or not representing the latest edited version.