On 2019-08-06 12:07 PM, Per Jessen wrote:
I have also
noticed sometimes I get 2 IPv6 requests in a row, but
haven't seen 2 IPv4 yet.
It's not a problem, but I am curious as to why it happens, when
normally IPv6 is preferred.
Yeah - on your local network it seems odd, but
otherwise I guess there
could be differences that make an ipv6 connection better than an ipv4,
or vice versa?
I have been letting Wireshark run for a while. In general, it
alternates IPv4 & IPv6. There have been a few with 2 IPv6 requests in a
row, 1 with 4 IPv6 and 1 with 2 IPv4. What ever it is, it sure isn't
As I said, if I had specified 2 or more addresses, I'd expect them all
to be used, as that's what NTP clients are supposed to do, as your
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