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Cisco CSS 11503 for NTP

Cisco CSS 11503 for NTP

Cisco CSS 11503 for NTP

I have a problem with configuring Content Rule on Cisco Content Services Switch.
I am configuring Redundancy for NTP, but it doesn't work correct.
Here is the config:
service NTP-Redundancy01
  ip address

service NTP-Redundancy02
  ip address

owner NTP
  content NTP-RED
    add service NTP-Redundancy01
    add service NTP-Redundancy02
    vip address
    port 123
    protocol udp

group NTP-RED
  add destination service NTP-Redundancy01
  add destination service NTP-Redundancy02
  vip address
What is wrong with this config?

RE: Cisco CSS 11503 for NTP

This is the output of show flows command:
--------------- ----- --------------- ----- --------------- --- ------- ------
Src Address SPort Dst Address DPort NAT Dst Address Prt InPort OutPort
--------------- ----- --------------- ----- --------------- --- ------- ------ 123 123 UDP 1/1-139 1/1-139 123 123 UDP 1/1-139 1/1-139

RE: Cisco CSS 11503 for NTP

What's not working?

Are you configuring NTP source group to provide time syncs for devices behind the SLB or providing redundent NTP serverices using your SLB for machines outside your SLB?


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