WARNING! Access to this system is limited to authorised users only.
Unauthorised users may be subject to prosecution.
Unauthorised access to this system is a criminal offence under Australian law (Federal Crimes Act 1914 Part VIA)
It is a criminal offence to:
(1) Obtain access to data without authority. -Penalty 2 years imprisonment.
(2) Damage, delete, alter or insert data without authority. -Penalty 10 years imprisonment.
User activity is monitored and recorded. Anyone using this system expressly consents to such monitoring and recording.
To protect your data, the CISO officer has suggested users to enable 2FA as soon as possible.
Currently 2.7% of users enabled 2FA.
|; This is a recommended configuration for a PTPv2 slave|
|; For a full list of options run ptpd2 -H or see the documentation and man pages|
|; interface has to be specified|
|; PTP domain|
|; available presets are slaveonly, masteronly and masterslave (full IEEE 1588 implementation)|
|; multicast for both sync and delay requests - use hybrid for unicast delay requests|
|; when enabled, instead of sockets, libpcap is used to receive (sniff) and send (inject) packets.|
|; on low latency hardware such as 10GE NICs this can provide results close to hardware-assisted PTP|
|; uncomment this to enable outlier filters|
|; store observed drift in a file|
|; update online statistics every 5 seconds|
|; wait 5 statistics intervals for one-way delay to stabilise|
|; log file, event log only. if timing statistics are needed, see statistics_file|
|; log file up to 5M|
|; rotate logs up to 5 files|
|; status file providing an overview of ptpd's operation and statistics|
|; required if ip_mode is set to hybrid|
|; uncomment this to log a timing log like in previous ptpd versions|
|; on multi-core systems it is recommended to bind ptpd to a single core|
|; use DSCP 46 for expedited forwarding over ipv4 networks|
|; always keep a new line in the end|