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chane time for hipath 4000 v6

chane time for hipath 4000 v6

chane time for hipath 4000 v6

(OP)
please can anyone help me . I change time for hipath 4000 v6 from Linux . but station not updated .and when I display time (dis-date).display the old time before modifying

RE: chane time for hipath 4000 v6

You need an NTP server in your network.
Go on the network with a laptop, ensure that the NTP server is working.

RE: chane time for hipath 4000 v6

(OP)
I change it manually. hipath in my company has only expression server I don't have NTP server.so I change it manually
note: it was work before .I made it several time before .but this time station not update

RE: chane time for hipath 4000 v6

If you have Xpressions you can setup an NTP server on it for the HiPath.
I presume you have a Router or an IP switch - setup an NTP server on those.
You can change the time in the Assistant

RE: chane time for hipath 4000 v6

NTP server for Xpressions Link

RE: chane time for hipath 4000 v6

(OP)
sbcsu
thanks very much
appreciate your reply

RE: chane time for hipath 4000 v6

(OP)
I'll try to do it Sunday ISA

RE: chane time for hipath 4000 v6

Good Luck :)

RE: chane time for hipath 4000 v6

There is some information I hope it can help you:
To update the phone display immediately do:
<reg-date; => and send the command result to the system ( in older versions, need to do twice).
e.g.: CHANGE-DATE:WEST,360,DST,60;

Note: CHANGE-DATE should not be used during high traffic because it forces (beside other things) immediately time-update of all phone-devices. Several individual messages per device will be generated in the BP and transferred all the way down to the devices. In large PBXs this will produce a lot of traffic and big load in the BP and in the LTUs. It will take several minutes to process all devices and may interfere with other CP-activities. (Calls may be delayed ...). If still the same, restart SLMO cards...

RE: chane time for hipath 4000 v6

On V6 and above - any Hipath using Linux - needs to see an NTP server.
That NTP source can be anywhere reachable on your network.
The Assistant then sets the HiPath time.
Previously you did CHANGE-DATE on the Comwin itself.

RE: chane time for hipath 4000 v6

(OP)
kevinjing , sbcsu
many thanks for both of you
today I make reg-date and all stations update immediately .but with time shift 2hours so put offset = 0 (it was 120).now everything is ok. but I think it's better to add NTP on Xpresssion system for easy modify and accurate time.
thanks a lot

RE: chane time for hipath 4000 v6

bigsmile

e.g.: CHANGE-DATE:WEST,360,DST,60; /* West from Greenwich-UK=> for US-Central Time =CST= - 6 Hours = 360 Minutes;
DST=Daylight Savings Time = 360 - 60 = 300 = -5 Hours on ADP from GMT (Greenwich Meridian Time)

<DIS-DATE; +-----------------------------+ | THURSDAY | | DATE: TIME : | | 2013-09-19 10:06:39 | | | | NUMBER OF DAY : 262 | | DAYLIGHT SAVINGS TIME | | GMTDIR: WEST TIMEOFFS:360 | | DSTOFFS:60 | | REL. DIFF. TO GMT : -300 | +-----------------------------+

RE: chane time for hipath 4000 v6

I recently noticed that when I change the time, it takes 6-8 hours for the devices to update, or you can force it by disconnecting and reconnecting the device.

--TIger

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