i have a 2620 router which is an ntp time server for serevral routers of an isdn wan. I want to configure the router to act as an ntp client and get the time from a time server in the internet. After configuring the router to get the time from a server the router don´t send ntp request packets to the time server.....
I have configured ip name service and the time server is requested by its DNS name. Can anybody tell me why the router doesn´t send ntp requests to the server?!
i have tried everything. I have configured a router which is directly connected to the internet and there it works. If i try it on a router within a lan it´s not possible. The stratum is always 16. The router routes the ntp packets through the proxy server. The is no firewall blocking ntp packets. Why is the startum always 16?! And what is possible to do?!
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