Thanks for your kind reply, but in the meantime I solved my problem
by declaring / configuring my clock as stratum 1 in /etc/npt.conf.
Now cisco accepts my FreeBSD machine as time server.
On Thu, Aug 05, 1999 at 12:00:39AM +0200, Julian Stacey wrote:
> Hi, Andreas Klemm wrote:
> > wie kann man sich "mit wenig Geld" eine, möglichst genaue clock
> > bauen, um einen FreeBSD Rechner dann als NTP Server einsetzen
> > zu können ?
> > Wo gibt's das und was kostet das. Anschluß über serielle versteht
> > sich ...
> Sorry for late reply, but you'll like the answer: DM 20, @ Conrad.
> 5cm x 2.5 cm inc LCD display (DM 10 if just LCD display & no interface pins)
> I bought mine maybe 3 months ago, model No on back says LR44
> It has a 4 pin i/face (like power on a 3.5" floppy drive)
> but connects to a serial port, but not as serial asynch signal
> more like the signal gets strobed by the DC pins on the port,
> cant tell you more as been too busy to cable it up yet.
> ( gj(at)freebsd.org & CollinsM(at)csi.com also have 1 each, I think they've also
> been too busy to try it, so they just sit on top of monitors for now,
> listening to Braunschweig, & gently nagging us to find time :-)
> Julian H. Stacey http://www.freebsd.org/~jhs/
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