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Time Server Issue

Time Server Issue

Time Server Issue

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Hello all, well i have a simple question about our nortel call pilot program. all of our phone sync with call pilot "I assume" how can i tell which ntp we're using?

RE: Time Server Issue

By NTP you mean Network Time Protocal?

By design CallPilot and Symposium servers get their time from the PBX. I am not aware of a way to get the PBX to sync time with a NTP server.

I understand that the best that can be none is to setup a PC that gets it's time from a NTP server to run a script, procomm for example, to update the time on the PBX say once a day to match the NTP time.

Might be some better ways to do this but I just have not figured one out yet.

RE: Time Server Issue

Typo alert! ...the best that can be done... not none

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