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FAQ-How Can I Configure the max-dynamic-sessions Command for NTP

Publication Date:  2015-06-30  |   Views:  662  |   Downloads:  0  |   Document ID:  EKB1000080909

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Issue Description

How Can I Configure the max-dynamic-sessions Command for NTP?

Solution

The max-dynamic-sessions command is used to limit NTP connections. In different NTP modes, the objects that initiate connections vary, and different NTP modes require diversified configurations.
  • In broadcast and multicast modes, the client initiates connections. To limit NTP connections received by the client, configure the max-dynamic-sessions command.
  • In client/server mode, neither the client nor the server initiates connections. In this case, the command does not take effect.
  • In peer mode, the symmetric passive end initiates connections. To limit NTP connections received by the symmetric passive end, configure the max-dynamic-sessions command on the symmetric passive end.