DNSSEC validation without current time

Grant Taylor gtaylor at tnetconsulting.net
Fri Dec 15 18:10:44 UTC 2017

On 12/15/2017 08:10 AM, Timothe Litt wrote:
> I use an 19xLVC too (On Raspbian == Debian).  But I also have an RTC.  
> GPS does have outages,  can take a while to get a fix, and NTP wants 
> consensus.  So I use my GPS receiver as a local clock source 
> (preferred), but also configure several servers from the pools as a 
> sanity check - and to deal with any GPS outages/slow starts.  It's 
> worked well for me.
> Along those lines, I haven't splurged yet, but Adafruit has an 
> interesting module for ~$40 (US)  with a breakout module, ($45 on a Pi 
> Hat - which is cheaper/easier than building your own PCB), which 
> includes a GPS patch antenna.  If you need an external antenna, it comes 
> up to about the cost of the Garmin, but draws only 20ma vs. 90, and is a 
> more modern receiver.)   On paper it looks good.
> See https://www.adafruit.com/?q=ultimate%20gps - I'm not affiliated with 
> Adafruit, and while I've looked at the specs, don't have direct 
> experience.  YMMV.

Thank you for sharing info Mukund and Timothe.  I suspect I'll be 
playing over the holidays.

Grant. . . .
unix || die

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