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V98Cubes (Vendor)
31 Mar 11 9:28
I am trying to sync my mix of switches. I have Cisco at my core which is synced to the Navy Time source. I have a mix of Cisco and Foundry at the edge of my network. All switches are pointed to my core switch as a time source. I can see the Cisco's are synced but cannot tell if my Foundry's are. When I did a capture of network traffic and looked at NTP protocol I did not see any Foundry traffic. Does anyone know if these Foundry switches can sync to Cisco's or will they require a source like the Navy's clock. Cisco run's NTP Foundry run SNTP.

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