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RoundAbout (TechnicalUser) (OP)
11 Nov 03 16:31
Ok, I've set the time/date on my 2620 router, I've set the Time Zone, I've set the 'summer-time' and I've set the 'ntp server xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx'.

How do I force an update NOW and how do I set it up to update periodically, say, once a day?  Also is there a way to check when it last sync'd, etc.?

Thanks!

RoundAbout

vipergg (MIS)
11 Nov 03 22:39
  Did you put the ntp client enable statement in your router ? You should not have to force an updaTE it will update itself within a couple of minutes  if it is working ok .  Do a show a ntp status and ntp associations to see what is going on .  
RoundAbout (TechnicalUser) (OP)
12 Nov 03 10:02
The 'sh ntp stat' and 'sh ntp ass' work fine but 'ntp client enable' appears to be a Catalyst command and is unavailable on my 2620's IOS (12.2(15)T8).

When in Config Mode the only options I have for ntp are:
access-group
authenticate
authentication-key
broadcastdelay
clock-period
master
max-associations
peer
server
source
trusted-key

As mentioned above I have only set 'ntp server <address>' so far.

Any ideas?

TY,
RoundAbout
308win (MIS)
14 Nov 03 11:01
Are you sure that the NTP server that you are trying to sync with will accept your request?  (are you using a public server?)
 sho ntp assoc should show something like this
      address         ref clock     st  when  poll reach  delay  offset    disp
*~18.26.4.105      .GPS.             1   362  1024  377   248.0  -115.5   114.9

list of time servers - http://www.eecis.udel.edu/~mills/ntp/clock2a.html

Brian
RoundAbout (TechnicalUser) (OP)
14 Nov 03 11:46
I am trying to sync to one of my own servers that is syncing with a strat 2 server.  It's a Windows 2000 Server that I have an AIX server syncing off of with no problems.

'show ntp assoc' displays this:

rivstrt2620#sh ntp ass
  address  ref clock st when  poll reach delay offset disp
~192.168.1.11 192.5.41.41 2  63 1024 377 34.4 -1644.   8.2
 * master (synced), # master (unsynced), + selected, - candidate, ~ configured

I've setup the server with "ntp server 192.168.1.11 prefer" but I don't know if it's syncing.  How can I test it?  Is there a way to FORCE it to sync?  Are there any other commands I need to enter besides the one stated above?

Thanks!

RoundAbout
dx1 (MIS)
14 Nov 03 11:56
It will not work.  The NTP server in Windows is very basic and will not work with routers.  You can try this:
http://www.kaska.demon.co.uk/

I've never tried it but have heard that it works with network devices such as routers and switches.
RoundAbout (TechnicalUser) (OP)
14 Nov 03 12:02
I can run an NTP daemon on AIX and sync to that.  Do you think THAT would work?  Just ANOTHER case where Micro$oft proves their worth(lessness)...

Thanks.

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