Product Notes

  • Information and suggested actions to secure your Network Time Server.

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  • The basic network configuration tools in Linux provide the ability to configure a maximum of one default gateway.  However, with advanced routing techniques, specifically static routes, you can configure multiple gateways.  All EndRun products with dual Ethernet ports support advanced routing -- Sonoma, Tycho II, Meridian II and RTM3205.

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  • EndRun's Network Time Servers are designed for Stratum 1 operation. This Product Note explains how to configure your Time Server for Stratum 2 operation.

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  • The operating system of any EndRun clock is designed to use Coordinated Universal Time (UTC) for its timing functions.  In other words, timestamps for files, log file entries, etc. are all in UTC time.  For 99% of users this is best.  However, occasionally someone will want their log file timestamps to be in local time.  This Product Note explains how to configure the operating system of your clock to timestamp using local time.

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  • The AFL3430 transmitter can be configured to work with one, two, three or possibly four receivers, thus saving you the expense of multiple transmitters.  The ability of the transmitter to work with multiple receivers depends on the cable configuration.  This Product Note details factors you need to know to successfully implement the link with one or more receivers.

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