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James Griffin <spam@ftc.gov> writes:

> Felix Tilley wrote:
> > Please confirm.
> > 
> > Felix Tilley, Tucson, Arizona

Looks OK.  I'm in Edmonton, AB; measured from a stratum 0 box via ADSL.

    auwow:/u0/home/rwa > ntpdate -d time.caltech.edu.
    26 Jun 15:27:20 ntpdate[17119]: ntpdate 4.1.0-a Wed Oct  9 12:19:44 GMT 2002 (1)
    transmit(131.215.254.2)
    receive(131.215.254.2)
    transmit(131.215.254.2)
    receive(131.215.254.2)
    transmit(131.215.254.2)
    receive(131.215.254.2)
    transmit(131.215.254.2)
    receive(131.215.254.2)
    transmit(131.215.254.2)
    server 131.215.254.2, port 123
    stratum 1, precision -16, leap 00, trust 000
    refid [], delay 0.17082, dispersion 0.00021
    transmitted 4, in filter 4
    reference time:    c2a5e3ac.98a07000  Thu, Jun 26 2003 15:27:08.596
    originate timestamp: c2a5e3b9.0982d000  Thu, Jun 26 2003 15:27:21.037
    transmit timestamp:  c2a5e3b8.f644fa05  Thu, Jun 26 2003 15:27:20.961
    filter delay:  0.17281  0.17126  0.17090  0.17082
	     0.00000  0.00000  0.00000  0.00000
    filter offset: 0.002304 0.002230 0.002715 0.002265
	     0.000000 0.000000 0.000000 0.000000
    delay 0.17082, dispersion 0.00021
    offset 0.002265

    26 Jun 15:27:21 ntpdate[17119]: adjust time server 131.215.254.2 offset 0.002265 sec

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