I use an internal ntp server, which in turn syncs with internet time servers. I also redirect any request for ntp time (from any device on my network) to this server. When this ntp server starts up (like after a power failure), it takes a while to sync time. When Tomato starts, it looks at my ntp server, and, seemingly, as the ntp server's time is at stratum 0, does not sync its own time, but displays, on the Basic > Time page Code: The following NTP servers have been automatically blocked by request from the server: NTPServer1 NTPServer2 .... On closer inspection, it seems the nvram variable "ntp_kiss" lists all the blocked ntp servers, and 'ps w' shows "ntpsync --init" (or something similar) running. A little bit later, the server's time is synced, but Tomato still does not sync its own time. Once the blocked ntp servers are "cleared" from the GUI, Tomato syncs its own time, and the variable ntp_kiss=nothing. It seems the ntpc/ntpsync utility was written by Jon, so I can't find any public info on it. How to fix?