Adding servers to the China zone


#145

Addd meeee http://www.pool.ntp.org/scores/78.56.101.190


#146

We are a RIPE NCC member. I’ll reach out to the Atlas team.


#147

Added both your IPv4 and IPv6 to cn.


#148

Added to the cn zone.


#149

Ok, both IPv4 and IPv6 added.


#150

Added to the CN pool.


#151

Thank you. And I just added few more JP servers that should have good connections to CN.


#152

And I have added them to CN aswell. Thanks for helping.


#153

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#154

Remove from cn zone

Expierencing problems

To much


#155

Ok, removed.

I would say that the CN zone is underserved to 1/3 of whats needed and thats why you experiencing problems. It was stable when it was around 50 servers, now its 17 servers.
My 100 Mbit server get about 40 Mbit/s when listed in the pool.


#156

Although somewhat off topic, please help removing my 103.226.213.30 out of tw pool. Only serving hk+mo is more suitable for my aged hardware…


#157

Ok, fixed…


#158

Hello, please add mine.
https://www.ntppool.org/scores/45.79.111.114
https://www.ntppool.org/scores/2600:3c01::f03c:91ff:fec8:5c8
Thanks!


#159

Please add my

https://www.ntppool.org/scores/209.97.168.88


#160

Added to CN.
Thanks.


#161

Added to CN.
Thanks…


#162

I’ve created a new server in Singapore, ntp2-ipv4.bytestacker.com and ntp2-ipv6.bytestacker.com, that you are welcome to add to the CN zone.


#163

Hi iocc,

Can you remove https://www.ntppool.org/scores/45.79.111.114 from CN pool? I have datacap on that network provider. I already set net speed to 384kbit, but still getting 700kbyte/s ~ 3000kbyte/s incomming traffic.

Hence I got a new server with unlimited traffic allowance (https://www.ntppool.org/scores/51.75.17.219), and I want to put that in the CN pool instead.

Thank you very much.


#164

Done, thank you for giving it a try!