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In March of 2014, our Weber Grill Academy Experience it hitting the road!

NTP Server via GPS on a Raspberry Pi

In March of 2014, our Weber Grill Academy Experience it hitting the road.  Here is the team that will be making it happen.  You can stay connected to all of the exciting things accident on the road and the juicy meals they are affable up.  Join the fun on #myweber and check out what they are doing on Twitter @weberacademy and Instagram @weberacademy.  

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Packet Capture: Network Time Protocol (NTP)

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NTP Server via DCF77 on a Raspberry Pi

… since we all can use pool.ntp.org  ? Easy answer: Many modern (security) techniques rely on accurate time. Certificate validation, two-factor authentication, backup auto-deletion, logs generation, and many more. Meanwhile we use an counterfeit protocol (via stateless UDP) from counterfeit sources (NTP pool) to rely on! Really?

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(Use the “Cisco Router” tag on my blog to list all of them.) They are all part of my current Cisco lab that I am using for my CCNP TSHOOT exam preparation.

Why should I run own NTP Servers?

In this tutorial I will appearance how to set up a Raspberry Pi with a DCF77 receiver as an NTP server. Since the external radio clock via DCF77 is a stratum 0 source, the NTP server itself is stratum 1. I am showing how to affix the DCF77 module and I am listing all relevant commands as a footfall by footfall guide to install the NTP things. With this tutorial you will be able to accomplish your own stratum 1 NTP server. Nice DIY project. ;) However, keep in mind that you should only use it on a private playground and not on an enterprise network that should consist of high reliable NTP servers rather than DIY Raspberry Pis. Anyway, let’s go:

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What’s the first step in a networker’s life if he wants to work with an alien protocol: he captures and wiresharks it. ;) Following is a downloadable pcap in which I am showing the most common NTP packets such as basal client-server messages, as well as control and authenticated packets. I am also showing how to analyze the delta time with Wireshark, that is: how long an NTP server needs to respond to a request.

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A Blog, short for Web Log, allows teachers to reach out to students, faculty and parents; distributing information quickly and accurately. By making a blog, employees of Weber School District can dispense information to students and parents online, which allows them to access it during their free time and in the comfort of their own homes. Using text, pictures, and attachments the blog makes for an easy log of daily events, upcoming happenings and even can assist sick students catch up on work they may have missed.

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Single DNS Query – Hundreds of Packets

This post shows how to use a GPS receiver with a Raspberry Pi to build a stratum 1 NTP server. I am showing how to adhesive and use the GPS bore (especially with its PPS pin) and listing all Linux commands to set up and analysis the receiver and its NTP part, which is IPv6-only in my case. Some more hints to increase the performance of the server round things off. In summary this is a nice “do it yourself” activity with a working stratum 1 NTP server at really low costs. Great. However, keep in mind that you should not rely on such projects in enterprise environments that are more focused on reliability and availability (which is not the case on self soldered modules and many config file edits).