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PaulvDronegeln
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NTP settings 6850,6400 and 9700 time snyc with -2 hours diff

Post by PaulvDronegeln » 20 Aug 2009 06:08

HI

I have a problem with configuring the NTP setings on the 6850,6400 and 9700 swithces.
I have configured the following on teh swith.

F2-B-1-> show configuration snapshot ntp
! NTP :
ntp server 172.17.1.12 key 0 version 2 minpoll 4 prefer
ntp broadcast enable
ntp broadcast-delay 10
ntp client enable

The folling info i get fram the show command.

F2-B-1-> show ntp server status
IP address = 172.17.1.12,
Host mode = client,
Peer mode = server,
Prefer = yes,
Version = 2,
Key = 0,
Stratum = 3,
Minpoll = 4 (16 seconds),
Maxpoll = 10 (1024 seconds),
Delay = 0.016 seconds,
Offset = 0.766 seconds,
Dispersion = 0.468 seconds
Root distance = 0.190,
Precision = -6,
Reference IP = 172.17.1.1,
Status = configured : reachable : synchronization peer,
Uptime count = 13173186 seconds,
Reachability = 1f,
Unreachable count = 0,
Stats reset count = 13173099 seconds,
Packets sent = 5,
Packets received = 5,
Duplicate packets = 0,
Bogus origin = 0,
Bad authentication = 0,
Bad dispersion = 0,
Last Event = peer changed to reachable,



F2-B-1-> show ntp client
Current time: Thu, Aug 20 2009 10:00:14.500 (UTC),
Last NTP update: Thu, Aug 20 2009 10:00:07.750 (UTC),
Server reference: 172.17.1.12,
Client mode: enabled,
Broadcast client mode: enabled,
Broadcast delay (microseconds): 10,
Server qualification: synchronized

But the system time
F2-B-1-> system time
12:00:34 (CEST)

Could some one help me with this issue.

The NTP server is a windows 2003 server

kind regards
Paul van Drongelen

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Re: NTP settings 6850,6400 and 9700 time snyc with -2 hours diff

Post by benny » 20 Aug 2009 16:51

UTC is GMT - meaning it is the base for the time. You should set your timezone matching your region.

NTP is always UTC and the switch will add the two hours to "represent" the correct time.

I think this is ok. (Just set the correct time zone if necessary)

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Re: NTP settings 6850,6400 and 9700 time snyc with -2 hours diff

Post by cedric1 » 20 Aug 2009 22:31

helllo

A I post

system daylight savings time enable

should correct issue

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Re: NTP settings 6850,6400 and 9700 time snyc with -2 hours diff

Post by PaulvDronegeln » 24 Aug 2009 04:32

HI guys,

I have tried all you posted, still have a -2 hour diff.

System timezone GMT
System daylight saving enable

Is there something els what i could try ????


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Paul

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Re: NTP settings 6850,6400 and 9700 time snyc with -2 hours diff

Post by benny » 25 Aug 2009 02:43

The time reported for NTP will always be UTC. The correct timezone will set the time in "show system" to the correct one.

It would be easier for us if you would post the outputs and in addition what you expect to see.

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Re: NTP settings 6850,6400 and 9700 time snyc with -2 hours diff

Post by cedric1 » 25 Aug 2009 04:10

Good Morning,

Output exemple with Luxembourg time

251=> show system
System:
Description: 6.3.1.1070.R01 Service Release, January 30, 2009.,
Object ID: 1.3.6.1.4.1.6486.800.1.1.2.1.8.1.2,
Up Time: 183 days 1 hours 55 minutes and 1 seconds,
Contact: Alcatel-Lucent, http://alcatel-lucent.com/wps/portal/enterprise,
Name: DC-251-Backbone,
Location: Datacenter,
Services: 72,
Date & Time: TUE AUG 25 2009 10:07:45 (CEST)

Flash Space:
Primary CMM:
Available (bytes): 62812160,
Comments : None
Secondary CMM:
Available (bytes): 62812160,
Comments : None


251=> show ntp client
Current time: Tue, Aug 25 2009 8:08:00.225 (UTC),
Last NTP update: Tue, Aug 25 2009 8:04:50.691 (UTC),
Server reference: 172.30.100.1,
Client mode: enabled,
Broadcast client mode: disabled,
Broadcast delay (microseconds): 4000,
Server qualification: synchronized


251=> show ntp server
^
ERROR: Incomplete command
251=> show ntp server status
IP address = 10.30.100.1,
Host mode = client,
Peer mode = server,
Prefer = no,
Version = 4,
Key = 0,
Stratum = 4,
Minpoll = 6 (64 seconds),
Maxpoll = 10 (1024 seconds),
Delay = 0.016 seconds,
Offset = 0.027 seconds,
Dispersion = 0.019 seconds
Root distance = 0.023,
Precision = -17,
Reference IP = 10.10.8.40,
Status = configured : reachable : synchronization peer,
Uptime count = 15778215 seconds,
Reachability = ff,
Unreachable count = 0,
Stats reset count = 3 seconds,
Packets sent = 43257,
Packets received = 43253,
Duplicate packets = 0,
Bogus origin = 0,
Bad authentication = 0,
Bad dispersion = 0,
Last Event = peer changed to reachable,

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Re: NTP settings 6850,6400 and 9700 time snyc with -2 hours diff

Post by antomi1 » 05 Jun 2015 05:19

try these commands:
no ntp server 172.17.1.12
ntp server unsynchronized
ntp server 172.17.1.12
ntp client enable
system timezone CET
system daylight savings time enable

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