Ive curious about where and how CentOS 7 gets its ntp configuration from.When I installed the operating system, I went through this page and told it to use network time, as shown:http://media.if-not-true-then-false.com/2014/07/06-CentOS-7-date-and-time-748×560.p..
,I would need some advice as I am a beginner in CentOS.The question is as follows:How to set up timing if NTP was block by ISP?I have try many way such as link the timezone , getting from the hardware clock.However , it is not the solution.Plea..
Ive given up on getting the other machine to work so Im looking at building a new one.The machine will be a firewall/gateway running NAT, Web Proxy with Dansguardian, DHCP, DNS, NTP and VPN (~6 clients). I read so much about VPN encryption and the proces..
Please treat this post with kid gloves as I am bit rusty of the late on CentOS and last NTP server that I worked on was during CentOS 5.1 days.I am going to have to install CentOS 6.3 in coming week in all windows environment.This box will be the tunn..
We encountered a problem with respect to KVM virtual host restore and NTP. Specifically, our VM test host was shutdown by an extended power outage and when power returned all of the restored guests were immediately shutdown by ntp because the t..
It is CentOS Release 6.2, ntpd is running but do not see bounded to the port udp:123, any guidelines would be very much appreciable.[root@jet mavi]# netstat -ntlp | grep ntpd[root@jet mavi]# netstat -ntl | grep 123But the service is running -[root@..