Table 1 show ntp status Command
The current synchronization
system peer mode
The mode of the association
between the system and the synchronization source. The
association can operate in one of the following modes as defined
in RFC 1305:
code that will be used to indicate the insertion of a leap second
in the NTP timescale.
The quality level of
the system clock.
A signed integer that
indicates the precision of the system clock.
packet delay to the primary reference source. The delay
is measured in seconds.
The maximum error relative
to the primary reference source. The error is measured
The code that identifies
the current synchronization source.
The local time that
the system was last updated using NTP.
Indicates various communication
parameters between the system and the server. The possible
flags are as follows:
the server to synchronize with unconfigured peers only if the peer
has been correctly authenticated using either public key or private
key cryptography.bclient: Enables
the server to listen for a message from a broadcast or multicast
server, as in the multicast client command with default address.calibrate: Enables
the calibrate feature for reference clocks.kernel: Enables
the kernel time discipline, if available.monitor: Enables
the monitoring facility.ntp: Enables time
and frequency discipline. In effect, this switch
opens and closes the feedback loop, which is useful for
the pulse-per-second (PPS) signal
when frequency and time is disciplined by the precision time kernel modifications.stats: Enables
the statistics facility.
The maximum amount of
fluctuation within the synchronization source due to random noise.
The stability of the
clocking source in parts per million (ppm).
delay for broadcast messages in seconds.
delay for authentication messages in seconds.