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DL1MDR
update of time sync via ntp

How often does a AREDN-node sync the time with the ntp-server defined under setup?  It seems to me, that this is done by the node only once at startup. So if the ntp-server is not available at startup of the node, the time will not be synced any more later. Is that correct or do I have a wrong setup in my AREDN-Node?

In my case I have a Mikrotik hAP Router and a Pi configured as NTP-Server with GPS-mouse. The Pi is connected to the USB-Port of the Mikrotik for being supplied with current. This means, that the Pi is always starting up after the Mikrotik completely booted and the Mikrotik does never have a time sync with the NTP-Server of the Pi. Other nodes in the mesh get the time correctly synced with the NTP-Server of the Pi.

So is there any possibility to delay the time sync after booting up a AREDN-node?

Thanks for any helpful information.

AE6XE
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The not settings should

The not settings should regular poll the time servers, not just at startup.   I'm traveling this week, not able to confirm behavior until next week.

Joe AE6XE

k6dlc
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   The problem with ntp

   The problem with ntp configuration is that  their is no standard time zone? Do we all use UTC or are local timezone, ie EST?

nc8q
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UTC is the standard

Hi, Dan:

PST and PDST are aberrations of the standard.

Chuck
 

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