sjcarr at gmail.com
Mon Oct 7 08:06:04 UTC 2013
NTP is option 42, option 4 is for the older time protocol.
But the DHCP clients need to be configured to request/use that option.
This is usually the case on Linux, but on Windows if the client is a
member of Active Directory it will use the Domain Controller for time
sync. Supposedly if a Windows machine is not a member of AD it will
use option 42, but I've never seen that work. From what I've seen on
OS X setting NTP via DHCP isn't supported.
On 7 October 2013 01:01, Julie Xu <xll40 at hotmail.com> wrote:
> what is default for option ntp-servers? option 4 ? 42 ? or both?
> any commets will be appreciated
> thanks in advance
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