Windows Time Server


3.2.4 Packet Variables
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Packet Variables
Name
Procedure
Peer Address
pkt.peeraddress
transmit
Peer Port
pkt.peerport
transmit
Host Address
pkt.hostaddress
transmit
Host Port
pkt.hostport
transmit
Leap Indicator
pkt.leap
transmit
Version Number
pkt.version
transmit
Mode
pkt.mode
transmit
Stratum
pkt.stratum
transmit
Poll Interval
pkt.poll
transmit
Precision
pkt.precision
transmit
Root Delay
pkt.rootdelay
transmit
Root Dispersion
pkt.rootdispersion
transmit
Reference Clock Ident
pkt.refid
transmit
Reference Timestamp
pkt.reftime
transmit
Originate Timestamp
pkt.org
transmit
Receive Timestamp
pkt.rec
transmit
Transmit Timestamp
pkt.xmt
transmit
Key Identifier
pkt.keyid
authentication
Crypto-Checksum
pkt.check
authentication
 
 
Table 3. Packet Variables  

Table 3 shows the complete set of packet variables. In addition to the common variables described previously, the following variables are defined.

Version Number (pkt.version): This is an integer indicating the version number of the sender. NTP messages will always be sent with the current version number NTP.VERSION and will always be accepted if the version number matches NTP.VERSION. Exceptions may be advised on a case-by-case basis at times when the version number is changed. Specific guidelines for interoperation between this version and previous versions of NTP are summarized in Appendix D .


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