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Here a litte configuration for a timeserver in the LAN.
For this you need to get the specific certificates from the Server Admin.
If you want to use this solution you need the following howto(s) finished:
Set the system and BIOS time/date daily from the internet.
#!/bin/bash ntpdate -us 0.de.pool.ntp.org || ntpdate -us 1.de.pool.ntp.org hwclock --systohc
Allow the LAN to connect to the timeserver. Set this to your network ip and subnet mask.
restrict default nomodify nopeer noquery limited kod restrict 127.0.0.1After change
restrict default nomodify restrict my.lan.network.ip mask XXX.XXX.XXX.XXX restrict 127.0.0.1
For starting the new service after system reboot you should add it to a runlevel with the following command(s):
rc-update add ntpd default
Please send a feedback to: doc<at>gabosh.netHowto listing
Here you can find the official Gentoo Linux Forums where you can find a lot of answers.
Here a link to the official Gentoo Linux Homepage.