• Subject: Re: AS/400 Time Server Software (Was Re: Daytime Service on the AS/400)
  • From: "Phil Hall" <hallp@xxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Fri, 5 Nov 1999 12:43:45 -0600
  • Cc: <bparis@xxxxxxxxxxx>


> Well, it turns out that the ClearTracs can poll for time using the
> implementation spelled out in RFC868. I'd like to use our AS/400 as the
> server, offering its time to any device when port 37 is opened. I've
> around on the net looking for such a program but there is nothing to be
> found.

the 'time' and 'ntp' services support on Unix is wrapped up in the actual
'inetd' program - most ported implementations of inetd also wrap these
services in inetd too, this is why you'll have difficulty finding source
code for these two services as separate entities.

I'll have a look (or you could get your programmers to) to see if the
functions that support these two services is easy to rip out into standalone
programs for the AS/400.


Phil Hall

email . . . . : hallp@ssax.com
phone(w). . . : (312) 258-6319

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