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In two-step mode, t1 is carried in the Follow_Up message, and t4 and t5 are carried in the
Pdelay_Resp and Pdelay_Resp_Follow_Up messages.

Protocols and standards

IEEE 1588-2008, IEEE Standard for a Precision Clock Synchronization Protocol for Networked
Measurement and Control Systems
IEEE P802.1AS, Timing and Synchronization for Time-Sensitive Applications in Bridged Local Area
Networks
Configuring clock nodes
Before performing the following configurations, define the scope of the PTP domain and the role of every
clock node.
Configuration task list
Tasks at a glance
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The PTP standard is IEEE 1588 Version 2:
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Specifying a PTP standard
Specifying the clock node type
Specifying a PTP domain
Configuring an OC to operate as only a member clock
Configuring the role of a PTP port
Configuring the mode for carrying timestamps
Specifying a delay measurement mechanism for a BC or OC
Configuring the port type for a TC+OC
Configuring the interval for sending announce messages
Configuring the interval for sending Pdelay_Req messages
Configuring the interval for sending Sync messages
Configuring the minimum interval for sending Delay_Req messages
Configuring the MAC address for non-pdelay messages
Specifying the protocol for encapsulating PTP messages as UDP (IPv4)
Specifying the source IP address for UDP packets
Configuring the delay correction value
Configuring the cumulative offset between the UTC and TAI
Configuring the correction date of the UTC
Configuring the parameters of the Bits clock
Configuring a priority of the clock
Specifying the system time source as PTP
Enabling PTP on a port
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