fribse wrote:Hmm, very weird. I have a pfSense firewall here working as NTP source (and it's getting time from the Internet). I don't have any problems in getting NTP time from it.
Are you using IP or domain names when resolving? I'm using IP.
Yes, the box is running smoothly. Except for this NTP issue. The box is a member of the AD and is used mainly as a fileshare box. All other services are disablet.Don wrote:Have you verified that your subnet, gateway, and dns entries on the QNAPs are correct?
Yes, I tried 2 diffrent servers is my AD and I have also tried pool.ntp.org (as mentioned in my first post) And both my Qnap boxes wont set the time. I have a 5 and 6 disk version. Both of them have this issue. Wont set the time from either my internal servers (real windows boxes) or pool.ntp.org.Don wrote:Have you tried syncing time with another server say pool.ntp.org to see if it is a NAS issue? Is it possible your time server is rejecting the NAS requests?
Well using putty and from one of the devices pings pool.ntp.org gives me an answer from 188.8.131.52 pingtime between 1,7-3,2 MS. Both my internal servers gives me a answer within 0,1-0,2 MS. And still no matter witch server I want to use as NTP server. The sync failes. I *realy* don´t get why. My internal NTP servers are the same as my internal DNS servers.Don wrote:From the NAS device can you ping pool.ntp.org and your AD time servers and AD DNS servers? To me it sounds like something on the NAS network config is not correct.
One of them is a win2k server. And no firewall installed. The Qnap and this server is connected to the same switch. The other internal server is a win2k3 also in the same switch. But I am "glad" that I aint alone on not understading why But thanks for your help.fribse wrote:It all sounds very strange. You are allowing UDP port 123 to connect to your ntp servers, right?
I have no problems here, ever, very odd indeed.
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