Clock status: unsynchronized
Clock stratum: 16
Reference clock ID: none
Clock jitter: 0.000000 s
Stability: 0.000 pps
Clock precision: 2^-10
Root delay: 0.00000 ms
Root dispersion: 0.00002 ms
Reference time: d0c5fc32.92c70b1e
Table 15 Command output
Reference clock ID
Wed, Dec 29 2010 18:28:02.573
Status of the system clock:
synchronized—The system clock has been synchronized.
unsynchronized—The system clock has not been
Stratum level of the system clock.
IP address of the selected NTP server.
Operation mode of the local device:
unspec—The mode is unspecified.
broadcast—Broadcast or multicast server mode.
bclient—Broadcast or multicast client mode.
The field represents the IP address of the remote server when the
local device is synchronized to a remote NTP server.
The field represents the local clock when the local device uses the
local clock as a reference source.
When the local clock has a stratum level of 1, this field
When the local clock has any other stratum, this field displays
the IP address of the local clock.
01—Leap second, indicates that the last minute in a day has
10—Leap second, indicates that the last minute in a day has
1 1—Time is not synchronized.
Difference between the system clock and reference clock, in
Clock frequency stability. A lower value represents better
Accuracy of the system clock.