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ntpd problem



hi folks,
why does my ntpdate fail to sync with a stratum 2 ntp server? if you
ask me, it all looks correct. at l;east i can't find the error. please
help!

fishbowl:/etc# ntpdate -q ntp
server 192.168.14.1, stratum 2, offset 7.054936, delay 0.02559
1 Aug 09:02:20 ntpdate[16221]: no server suitable for synchronization found

fishbowl:/etc# ntpdate -d ntp
 1 Aug 09:03:09 ntpdate[16226]: ntpdate 4.1.0 Mon Mar 25 23:39:50 UTC 2002 (2)
transmit(192.168.14.1)
receive(192.168.14.1)
transmit(192.168.14.1)
receive(192.168.14.1)
transmit(192.168.14.1)
receive(192.168.14.1)
transmit(192.168.14.1)
receive(192.168.14.1)
transmit(192.168.14.1)
server 192.168.14.1, port 123
stratum 2, precision -16, leap 00, trust 000
refid [129.132.2.21], delay 0.02559, dispersion 0.00108
transmitted 4, in filter 4
reference time:    c0ef3a1b.bedfd694  Mon, Jul 29 2002  5:50:51.745
originate timestamp: c0f35bb4.b6ef2c73  Thu, Aug  1 2002  9:03:16.714
transmit timestamp:  c0f35bad.498e10cf  Thu, Aug  1 2002  9:03:09.287
filter delay:  0.02599  0.02559  0.02560  0.02560 
         0.00000  0.00000  0.00000  0.00000 
filter offset: 7.424089 7.424962 7.425959 7.426953
         0.000000 0.000000 0.000000 0.000000
delay 0.02559, dispersion 0.00108
offset 7.424962
1 Aug 09:03:09 ntpdate[16226]: no server suitable for synchronization found

ntp:~# echo rl | ntpq
status=00f4 leap_none, sync_unspec, 15 events, event_peer/strat_chg,
version="ntpd 4.1.0 Mon Mar 25 23:39:47 UTC 2002 (2)",
processor="i486",
system="Linux2.4.18-qos+embryo", leap=00, stratum=2, precision=-16,
rootdelay=95.939, rootdispersion=4548.155, peer=0,
refid=swisstime.ee.ethz.ch,
reftime=c0ef3a1b.bedfd694  Mon, Jul 29 2002  5:50:51.745, poll=4,
clock=c0f35c1f.fbe45803  Thu, Aug  1 2002  9:05:03.983, state=4,
offset=-1.664, frequency=-43.892, jitter=51.784, stability=0.002

thanks,

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