Just installed 1.2. It appears that OpenNTPD is not working. I am trying to use pfSense OpenNTPD as the time sycn for the other computers on my local network (Windows, Linux, etc)
The ntpd.conf show junk.
ntpd appears to be running.
_ntp 8309 0.0 0.1 1344 1056 ?? I 7:58PM 0:00.00 ntpd: ntp engine (ntpd)
root 8310 0.0 0.1 1376 1052 ?? Ss 7:58PM 0:00.00 ntpd: [priv] (ntpd)
root 10035 0.0 0.0 372 252 p0 R+ 8:13PM 0:00.00 grep ntp
Did you create a pass rule for traffic on port 123, protocol UDP for the interface(s) NTPd should serve on?
Yes my NTPD service is on the LAN interface, so in the LAN rules I created a rule that looks like:
Proto Source Port Destination Port Gateway
UDP LAN net * LAN address 123 (NTP) *
On the NTP server tab you have to enable it and assign the IFs to be serviced. But you probably did that as well.
It takes a long time for OpenNTPd to provide time sync. Where I find that the ISC ntpd can sync the time and act as a time source within a minute or so, the OpenNTPd version can take half an hour or more - I'm pretty sure you'll find a few threads about this if you search.
You may just have to be very patient.