What might be an easier solution is if you have a server on your network running a time protocol. Tardis is a shareware product which will act as the time server and is obtainable from http://www.kaska.demon.co.uk/tardis.htm
You can then set up your switches to point to the time server for their update. It is also easier to manage the time on the server either manually or via the net as this software can automatically get the time from the internet.
I use the software you say in windows 2000 server, so my router is aking for NTP synch to the server, but synch never succed. In the server I run k9nt in debug mode, I can see a message saying: NTP message received from 172..... mode 3. I think my router is reaching the server but the server does not reply the correct response. Do you know wich type of NTP k9nt is providing (SNTP or NTP)?
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