[nSLUG] Time services

Jamie Fifield jamie at fifield.ca
Wed Mar 19 19:52:09 AST 2003

On Wed, Mar 19, 2003 at 07:43:43PM -0400, Dop Ganger wrote:
> On Wed, 19 Mar 2003, Peter Cordes wrote:
> > Eastlink also has an NTP server.
> Rampantly digressing, does anyone have a canonical list of what Eastlink
> services are available these days? I used to use proxy.hfx.eastlink.ca,
> which disappeared one day, but now appears to be back in the DNS; however,
> none of the obvious proxy ports I tried (80, 3128, 8080) were open.
> Failing that, would anyone be interested in a cache network on Eastlink's
> network? I know I certainly download quite a bit for debian updates that
> probably wouldn't hurt for being cached...

You mean a squid peer network?  I've heard a number of people talk about
setting something like that up.  I haven't heard of one actually
appearing though.  Could be neat.  Nslug could host instructions on
connecting to it, but I don't think our server would participate.


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