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Avaya CM 7.1 - date and Time Manually- NO NTP Server

Avaya CM 7.1 - date and Time Manually- NO NTP Server

Avaya CM 7.1 - date and Time Manually- NO NTP Server

(OP)
Hi,
please i need a help in below issue.
my phones are showing wrong time(10 Minutes Ahead). i have tried changing the Time and Date manually through Web Interface(SMI). but i cannot see an option to manually enter the Time. Customer don't have NTP Service for Syncing with Avaya CM.
however, i know in CM-5 and CM-6 we can change the time manually. can anyone help how can we achieve in CM 7.1 ?

CM version 7.1 Installed on AVP.


Best Regards,
Jerome

RE: Avaya CM 7.1 - date and Time Manually- NO NTP Server

probably off vmware

RE: Avaya CM 7.1 - date and Time Manually- NO NTP Server

(OP)
hi kyle555,
Thank you! but if i change the time, the AVP host will Reboot. also the CM will get Rebooted. customer wants to change the time without affecting any of their service.
any ideas..

RE: Avaya CM 7.1 - date and Time Manually- NO NTP Server

Changing the time in a Linux OS should have you reboot everything anyway.

Should have been setup right with NTP in the first place and there's no way around an outage if you want to set the time manually.

NTP might be able to pull you back into sync from a 10 minute drift, but you'd need NTP to find out.

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