I've been using the NSLU2 for more than 6 months now, and find it simple, reliable and valuable file server for sharing files among several machines on our home network (I tried two other NAS devices before this one.) However, as of recent, I would like to sync files between the NSLU2 and machines on our home network. I would like to use the file timestamp for the syncing. I can easily use NTP to set all the machines on the network to a known time (easily within a 1 second of each other). But, I have to set the time on the NSLU2 manually. I find that interface rather combersome and not very repeatable, especially since it doesn't allow entry of time to the second, only the minute. Is there not some way to have the NSLU2 sync with an NTP server occasionally? Or, is there someway to telnet into the NSLU2 and set the time manually ... so it can be done accurately within a second or two. I'm well aware of the UnSlung firmware and community, but I don't have the time to invest into working the device to that level. So, I'm asking if anyone knows if there is a way to do this with the stock firmware ... 2.3R63. If not, anyone know if this is a feature that may be added in a future firmware. There hasn't been a firmware update in a year now, so I'm kinda doubting it. Looking at other NAS devices on the market, they seem to have the option to NTP time sync, so I'm surprised not to see it in the NSLU2. Thanks for any assistance.