Can IPSLA work with PTP(Precision Time Protocol) or SynchE ?
I'm working on IPSLA with NTP, but I couldn't get the value of One-Way Delay in IPSLA.
I think the time gap between the Source and Responder is bigger than the acceptable time gap for One-Way Delay in IPSLA.
So, One idea hitting my head is to use the PTP or SynchE, but I'm sure if it will be working or not.
And another condition in this scenario is that the network device which was originally working as a master in NTP should give the time value to other systems i.e PC and servers. PTP or SynchE can give ??
I'm using ME3600X-24FS-M (License : Advanced Metro IP Access) 15.3(2)s1.
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