if I don't write
restrict in ntp.conf , so ntp
restrict is Unlimited?
interface ignore wildcard interface listen lo interface listen lan0
man page http://doc.ntp.org/current-stable/accopt.html#restrict said:
A default entry (address 0.0.0.0, mask 0.0.0.0 for IPv4 and address :: mask :: for IPv6) is always the first entry in the list. restrict default, with no mask option, modifies both IPv4 and IPv6 default entries. r
if I don't write restrict, The setting is as follows:
restrict has address/mask, but doesn't flag. ok?