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Hi, I'd like to be able to have my clients behind the firewall who use NAT to be able to use NTP to sync to time servers

In services I see NTP is already defined. But under the default NAT rule I have changed outgoing traffic to 'Any', yet the Windows "Internet Time" tab in the Date/Time Control Panel does not respond (it works when I bypass the firewall).

Anything I can do to open this?

[Updated on: Sun, 21 August 2005 04:28]


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Create a traffic rule like this:

name: NTP LAN
source: LAN
dest: internet or specific time server ip address
service: NTP
translation: NAT default outgoing interface

Make sure the clients have the firewall as there default gateway.
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