From: Etaoin Shrdlu (no email)
Date: Fri Apr 07 2006 - 15:52:29 EDT
Well, this is at least marginally on topic, and I think it deserves a
wider audience. It is written by Poul-Henning Kamp (the affected party).
Please read it.
It ends with the following:
Didn't something like this happen before?
Yes, D-Link is not the first vendor to make a hash of the NTP protocol.
Some years back NetGear products blasted University of Wisconsin off the
net. I have repeatedly pointed D-Link's lawyer at this case.
Fortunately, in my case it is not that bad.
The NetGear incident caused the NTP protocol designers to add a "kiss of
death" option to the Latest (S)NTP standard but D-Links devices does not
respect that option. I have tried.
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