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Re: monitoring a datum 2100 tl timeserver.
> > You can use tcpdump on the nocol server to get some clarity on what's > goin on, i.e. > oink|~#tcpdump -s 256 port ntp > tcpdump: listening on hme0 > 15:00:37.333690 oink.amc.uva.nl.ntp > dido.amc.uva.nl.ntp: v3 sym_act strat 0 poll 6 prec -15 (DF) > 15:00:37.335255 dido.amc.uva.nl.ntp > oink.amc.uva.nl.ntp: v3 sym_pas strat 3 poll 6 prec -16 (DF) > 15:00:45.684462 oink.amc.uva.nl.38128 > fido.amc.uva.nl.ntp: [len=12] v3 res1 strat 2 poll 25 prec 45 (DF) > 15:00:45.686702 fido.amc.uva.nl.ntp > oink.amc.uva.nl.38128: [len=240] v3 res1 strat 130 poll 25 prec 45 (DF) > 15:00:45.687417 oink.amc.uva.nl.38129 > dido.amc.uva.nl.ntp: [len=12] v3 res1 strat 2 poll 25 prec 45 (DF) > 15:00:45.689448 dido.amc.uva.nl.ntp > oink.amc.uva.nl.38129: [len=240] v3 res1 strat 130 poll 25 prec 45 (DF) > > the first to packets are my own ntp daemon the other are from the nocol > server i guess. Also you can use ntpdate -d ntp-server to see if you > can retreive ntp time info (but i think you have to kill the xntpd first > if it's running on the system from where you want to try the ntpdate. > good luck! Ewald... Forgot to mention, but I can sync fine on the box. It is just the monitoring that fails :-(. But, when I look with snoop on the solaris-box, I can see an udp-packet going out, but no return-packet at all. Regards, Andre > > On Mon, May 03, 1999 at 01:45:37PM +0200, Andre Koopal wrote: > > Hello, > > > > I use ntpmon to monitor our ntp-servers. This is running perfectly for > > unix-boxes running xntpd. However I want to switch to the stand-alone > > box from datum inc (www.datum.com). > > > > If I monitor those boxes I don't seem to get a reply. Is ntpmon using > > some kind of xntpd-extention? Is anyone monitoring those boxes with > > ntpmon? Or has anyone a working snmp solution? > > > > Regards, > > > > Andre Koopal > > UUnet NL > > -- > Ewald H. Beekman, Network Engineer, Academic Medical Center, > dept. ADB/ICT Computer & Network Services, The Netherlands >