At 07:13 PM 8/30/2004, W. D. wrote:
30 Aug 21:50:05 ntpd[88]: logging to file /var/log/ntpd.log
30 Aug 21:50:05 ntpd[88]: ntpd [EMAIL PROTECTED] Mon Aug 30 14:14:07 GMT
2004 (1)
30 Aug 21:50:05 ntpd[88]: precision = 4.191 usec
30 Aug 21:50:05 ntpd[88]: Listening on interface dc0,
fe80:1::2a0:ccff:fe50:e7c7#123
30 Aug 21:50:05 ntpd[88]: Listening on interface dc0, 192.168.2.177#123
30 Aug 21:50:05 ntpd[88]: Listening on interface lo0, ::1#123
30 Aug 21:50:05 ntpd[88]: Listening on interface lo0, fe80:3::1#123
30 Aug 21:50:05 ntpd[88]: Listening on interface lo0, 127.0.0.1#123
30 Aug 21:50:05 ntpd[88]: kernel time sync status 2040
30 Aug 21:50:05 ntpd[88]: frequency initialized 0.000 PPM from
/etc/ntp.drift
30 Aug 21:50:05 ntpd[88]: Unable to listen for broadcasts, no broadcast
interfaces available


What does ifconfig -a tell you?

Danny

The Windows computer generating the Tardis NTP broadcasts is
at IP address: 192.168.2.119.  Does anyone have any idea
why it's not picking up these broadcasts?

Also, that's not a broadcast address as I recall.

Somewhere in here I also changed the CMOS Real Time Clock to
UTC, and reconfigured for my local time in /stand/sysinstall

Now what?  How do I get the program to 'hear' the
broadcasts?

See above.

Danny

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