Re:Faros has stopped detecting beacons
- --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Dave Baxter" <dave@...> wrote:
>The servers all appear to be consistent with themselves, but are tens
> --- In email@example.com, "Bert - W0RSB" <bert.hyman@>
> > I think there might be a time problem ...
> Generaly, the server timestamps should all be in the same range, +-
> a few mS, straddling the red line. That in turn often slopes up or
> down, depending on the exact CPU clock behaviour of your machine.
or even hundreds of milliseconds apart from one another.
>I'm using my ISP's server (ntp.iphouse.com), my ex-ISP's server
> Try and find out what addresses your ISP's NTP servers are at, and
> add them to Faros's list of known servers.
> You might also want to use the local (to you) "NTP Pool" server.
(ntp.visi.com), and two servers from the U of Mn. Since they're
all here in town, I expected decent results. I looked at the
pool servers, but haven't added one to the list yet.
The servers I'm using all report delays of less than 50ms on the
Faros test, but if I'm interpreting the numbers correctly the
time difference between my own ISP and my ex-ISP is on the order of
300ms. The two servers at the UoMn appear to be about 170ms apart.
The only way I can get Faros to recognize a beacon is to manually
enter a DelayCorr value of about 350ms.
This had been working flawlessly for a very long time; I've made
no intentional changes here, so I'm somewhat at a loss.