NTP Server: How to test client connectivity from an Ubuntu client
As I was working on setting up an NTP Server for our local network, I wanted to make sure it was set up properly and working. To do so, I looked up for a way to do a simple thing like run a command con the cli and get information back. On windows you can use W32Time so this time I am going to cover how to do it on a linux/ubuntu client.
ntpdate you can easily query an NTP server like so (you might need to first install it using
sudo apt install ntpsec-ntpdate):
Make sure you use the
-q switch which makes sure it only queries the time server (but makes no changes to your local system).
Can we use Let's Encrypt, the free and open certificate authority?
Hola! gracias por la info, me sirvió el comando sacandole el nombre del server. En mi caso, fue una migración…
Yes 3rd option helped me too. I removed the WC key Values from config file then started working.
I know this is from 2014. But really, thank you!