I have the following doubt:
In my customer switches the NTP server configured is located in US and hence CST time is being used. Also the switches send syslog messages to a syslog server also located in US and working with CST times.
My question is:
The customer is located in Europe and uses CET times. If I configure the switches with the command clock timezone CET +7, what timezone will the switch use to send the messages to the syslog, CST or CET?
To be more precise, yes you can add the time from the router if you want and you do have several options. Be aware this is not the default behavior.
NMS-CAT6K-B(config)#service timestamps log ?
datetime Timestamp with date and time
uptime Timestamp with system uptime
You can insert datetime or uptime and then for the datetime you can send the local time on the router or the UTC time and add if you want the timezone to it that is on the router.
This should address your question