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Test cases for the new SNTP program

In order to verify that the new SNTP program does what it should we need to prepare some tests it should be able to complete successfully.

If you have any suggestions please post them below. Thank you!

Test cases

Have SNTP run with multiple Servers with both IPv4 and IPv6 addresses.

Sync system clock, manipulate system clock to be a random time value off and then have SNTP deliver the proper correction (plus/minus a certain tolerance).

Sync with a server that requires MD5 authentication.

Sync with both IPv4 and IPv6 broadcast mode.

Send KOD response to SNTP client to see if it reacts properly.

-- JohannesMaximilianKuehn - 29 Dec 2008

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