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It seems that chronyd, when acting as a client uses both srcport 1024
through 65535 as well as port 123 to query external ntp-servers.
It makes discriminating between server traffic and client traffic
hard as both use packets with dstport=123 and srcport=123
I think ntpd does this as well, so I wonder is this mandated by
If not how can I tell chronyd not to use srcport=123 when querying
external servers while still serve ntp on port 123 to its clients?
Leo Baltus, internetbeheerder
NPO ICT Internet Services
Bart de Graaffweg 2, 1217 ZL Hilversum
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