Re: Why is ntp connecting with my wireless router?

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On Sat, 2010-05-15 at 03:58 -0500, Scott Sibley wrote:
> I'm having terrible internet lag at the moment, and I set out to try
> and figure out what's causing it. 
> I just decided to check netstat, and noticed ntp connected to my
> router. Any reason for this? 

If your router advertises a NTP service with its DHCP configuration
data, your computer may use it.  I've done something similar (set my
DHCP server to provide an address to a NTP server), and some clients do
make use of it.  It's been ages since I looked into this, though.

> 

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