Behavior Changes

Enhanced PTP User Guide (UG1602)

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no-delay-resps Alarm

In previous releases, the no-delay-resps alarm would be triggered for every Delay-Response message not received or received too late - so triggers a timeout. Because missing the occasional Delay-Response message should not adversely affect the synchronization accuracy or performance, in the 3.2.6 release, the alarm will only trigger after three consecutive Delay-Response messages are not received.

For a full description of behavior changes and bug fixes, refer to the ChangeLog section of the sfptpd Release Notes.