dedro wrote:Why running more services in our little/underpowered boxes?
willynt wrote:dedro wrote:Why running more services in our little/underpowered boxes?
In our office, we have a remote NTP server filtering access.
Only our local server (the Synology NAS) can access it.
So, we'd like to use the NAS as a local NTP server for all our PCs (that's what we were doing with the previous server, a windows box, before replacing it with the NAS).
Hope it helps
dedro wrote:Can't you have that service running in one of your machines? Like your PC (MAC or WIN), and the others PC's synchronize during working hour?
davelx wrote:What would you use as the time source for your NTP server? -----
Simply installing NTP server on the Syno and pointing it at a public NTP server will not give you a reliable source.
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