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may i know the official list of time synch servers windows 10 last update?

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drugo    6

hi

may i know the official list of time synch servers windows 10 last update?

 

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pcasado    3

 

 

- time.windows.com *(is the default selection on control_Panel/Date and Time/ internet Time Settings)

- time.nist.gov

 

 

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drugo    6
3 hours ago, pcasado said:

 

 

- time.windows.com *(is the default selection on control_Panel/Date and Time/ internet Time Settings)

- time.nist.gov

 

 

hi

there are only 2 aren't they?

just because time.windows.com some time gave me issue ,it can't sync 

thanks

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Jim K    13,482

Well ... what is the error when trying to sync time? Changing servers isn't going to help if there is an underlying issue on your end. You don't have UDP Port 123 blocked at your firewall (router/software)...do you?

 

Error details! :)

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pcasado    3

make sure that the Windows time service is running and also make sure that is set in the right Zone (GMT)

to start the service:
net start w32time


to synch:
w32tm /resync
 

* you can try with 3rd party tools...

Atomic Clock
https://www.worldtimeserver.com/atomic-clock/


Dimension 4
http://www.thinkman.com/dimension4/download.htm


*for NIST servers behind a firewall


UDP port 123, which is used by the network time protocol and the simple network time protocol.

TCP port 13, which is used by the NIST client software by default and by other programs that use the "daytime" protocol.

TCP port 37 and udp port 37, which are used by DATE, RDATE, SDATE and by other programs that use the "time" protocol.

 

time-a-g.nist.gov
time-b-g.nist.gov
time-c-g.nist.gov
time-d-g.nist.gov
time-d-g.nist.gov
time-e-g.nist.gov
time-e-g.nist.gov
time-a-wwv.nist.gov
time-b-wwv.nist.gov
time-c-wwv.nist.gov
time-d-wwv.nist.gov
time-d-wwv.nist.gov
time-e-wwv.nist.gov
time-e-wwv.nist.gov
time-a-b.nist.gov
time-b-b.nist.gov
time-c-b.nist.gov
time-d-b.nist.gov
time-d-b.nist.gov
time-e-b.nist.gov
time-e-b.nist.gov
time.nist.gov
utcnist.colorado.edu
utcnist2.colorado.edu

ntp-b.nist.go
ntp-wwv.nist.gov
ntp-c.colorado.edu
ntp-d.nist.gov

ut1-time.colorado.edu
ut1-wwv.nist.gov

pool.ntp.org
 

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drugo    6
14 hours ago, Jim K said:

Well ... what is the error when trying to sync time? Changing servers isn't going to help if there is an underlying issue on your end. You don't have UDP Port 123 blocked at your firewall (router/software)...do you?

 

Error details! :)

hi

i don't get always an error ,but sometime yes ,my windows 10 is not in english , "can't find the server"

thanks

13 hours ago, pcasado said:

make sure that the Windows time service is running and also make sure that is set in the right Zone (GMT)

to start the service:
net start w32time


to synch:
w32tm /resync
 

* you can try with 3rd party tools...

Atomic Clock
https://www.worldtimeserver.com/atomic-clock/


Dimension 4
http://www.thinkman.com/dimension4/download.htm


*for NIST servers behind a firewall


UDP port 123, which is used by the network time protocol and the simple network time protocol.

TCP port 13, which is used by the NIST client software by default and by other programs that use the "daytime" protocol.

TCP port 37 and udp port 37, which are used by DATE, RDATE, SDATE and by other programs that use the "time" protocol.

 

time-a-g.nist.gov
time-b-g.nist.gov
time-c-g.nist.gov
time-d-g.nist.gov
time-d-g.nist.gov
time-e-g.nist.gov
time-e-g.nist.gov
time-a-wwv.nist.gov
time-b-wwv.nist.gov
time-c-wwv.nist.gov
time-d-wwv.nist.gov
time-d-wwv.nist.gov
time-e-wwv.nist.gov
time-e-wwv.nist.gov
time-a-b.nist.gov
time-b-b.nist.gov
time-c-b.nist.gov
time-d-b.nist.gov
time-d-b.nist.gov
time-e-b.nist.gov
time-e-b.nist.gov
time.nist.gov
utcnist.colorado.edu
utcnist2.colorado.edu

ntp-b.nist.go
ntp-wwv.nist.gov
ntp-c.colorado.edu
ntp-d.nist.gov

ut1-time.colorado.edu
ut1-wwv.nist.gov

pool.ntp.org
 

hi

great information , really appreciate it

i 'm going to test right now

thanks

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+BudMan    3,537

Don't use that ###### software listed... If you want to use ntp client on windows - use the official ntp client.

 

If you don't want to compile it yourself ;) you can grab it here

https://www.meinbergglobal.com/english/sw/ntp.htm#ntp_stable

 

List of ntp servers

http://support.ntp.org/bin/view/Servers/StratumTwoTimeServers

http://support.ntp.org/bin/view/Servers/StratumOneTimeServers

 

Quote

C:\WINDOWS\system32>ntpq
ntpq> v
ntpq 4.2.8p13@1.3847-o Mar 07 16:58:58 (UTC+01:00) 2019  (1)

edit:

"can't find the server"

 

That points to dns problem..

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