NSClient++ Help (#1) - Dropping packet with future timestamp - Nagios XI (#828) - Message List
Hi, I am getting the following error message when i configure the NSCA for same windows remote host:
localhost xinetd: START: nsca pid=20516 from=x.x.x.x Jul 18 09:00:38 localhost nsca: Handling the connection... Jul 18 09:00:39 localhost nsca: Dropping packet with future timestamp. Jul 18 09:00:39 localhost xinetd: EXIT: nsca status=0 pid=20516
I have tried to resolve this problem setting the max_packet_age=0 in NSCA.cfg but i still get the same error message also i have tried to setup the time_delay in nsc.ini of the remote host but the same thing.
I have checking the time in both sides (Nagios Server and Remote Host)and difference is less than 2 minutes.
Perhaps you should just sync your servers with a timeserver? 2 Minutes are very much.. If you using AD and the AD Server and one domain member are out of sync 5 minutes, the server will not be able to communicate with the AD controller anymore.TheUntouchable07/25/11 10:08:00 (22 months ago)
Disabling the time check in the NSCA server should cause the problem to go away so it is strange that you still have the problem. Are you sure you have restarted NSCA after changing the value?
Michael Medinmickem07/26/11 10:21:25 (22 months ago)