Tried to register again today and was accepted. Meantime, found I
could access via another route, so looks like problem solved.
A bit of info on the setup:
Using a dedicated machine for the server, a low cost micro atx
box with two network ports, one internet facing, other for a
private server subnet. Running FreeBSD 12 and rebuilt kernel for
pps input via the serial port, but pretty much stock other wise.
Internal subnet has 2 older gps time servers, a Truetime NTS100 and
a Time Tools 95??, with PPS from one or the other. Both sourced
from the usual site as spares / repair and fixed up. Have been
playing with this for about a year now before putting online,
but seems pretty solid.
All started > a decade ago with a need for an accurate frequency
standard for the lab, and the time nuttery has grown from that.
Typical output from ntpq -pn at the time server is:
root@ntp-host:/etc # ntpq -pn
remote refid st t when poll reach delay offset jitter
o127.127.22.0 .PPS. 1 l 6 8 377 0.000 0.000 0.001
*xxx.9.200.168 .GPS. 1 u 2 64 377 0.195 -0.002 0.054
+xxx.9.200.169 .GPS. 1 u 13 64 377 0.329 -0.007 0.038
-184.108.40.206 .PPS. 1 u 60 64 377 20.937 1.122 4.351
-220.127.116.11 .GPS. 1 u 14 64 377 18.584 -1.054 0.202
+18.104.22.168 .GPS. 1 u 52 64 377 16.199 0.023 0.448
Sorry, didn’t format right, but top 3 lines are local, while
the rest are all external stratum 1 servers, as recommended…