Clarifying Processing Expectations for Packets with keyid 0 in the Network Time Protocol Version 4
draft-dfranke-ntp-keyid0-00

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Abstract

This memo clarifies that when a Network Time Protocol Version 4 packet has a keyid field of zero, the MAC is present solely to satisfy certain syntactic constraints, and is to be ignored.

Authors

Daniel Franke (dafranke@akamai.com)

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