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Re: Any "standard" name for ISP time services?
On 11/16/00, [email protected] wrote: > I'm currently composing a note to a software house, which is asking for > permission to list some of our NTP servers in their software's config files. > Before I do that, is there any "standard" for ISP's for naming their > hosts that provide time service on ports 13, 37, or 123? Even if it's > a list of "AOL users should try 'time.aol.com' first" rules, that might > be an improvement.... Many of them are named "time" or "clock," but then there's historical sites like clepsydra.... -- J.D. Falk "Laughter is the sound Product Manager that knowledge makes when it's born." Mail Abuse Prevention System LLC -- The Cluetrain Manifesto