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lyndidon
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Re: SRX as an NTP server

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aarseniev
Posts: 1,720
Registered: ‎08-21-2009

Re: SRX as an NTP server

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Hello there,

 


lto wrote:

 

Why wouldn't I be able to use SRX's reth0.100 address... I have a default policy of permit all at the moment, so it shouldn't matter.



If You explicitly specify SRX NTP source-address, then You cannot use different src addresses for SRX NTP client and SRX NTP server, but from Your configs it is clear to me that this is exactly what You were trying to do. I even asked You a question " is the NTP source IP 10.31.238.6 same as reth0.100 IP?" but it seems You figured this problem sooner.

HTH

Thanks
Alex

 

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lto
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Registered: ‎03-26-2009
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Re: SRX as an NTP server


aarseniev wrote:

Hello there,

If You explicitly specify SRX NTP source-address, then You cannot use different src addresses for SRX NTP client and SRX NTP server

HTH

Thanks
Alex


Wow, I did not know that...

Anyway, thanks to you all. :smileyhappy:

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