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Not able to set date and time on acs 5.3 version using web interface

                   How we configure date and timer on ACS version 5.3 using web

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Not able to set date and time on acs 5.3 version using web inter

Hi Swapnil,

Unfortunately, data and time cannot be set on ACS via web interface. This need to configure/set through CLI only.

To set dat/time on ACS via CLI. Use clock command.

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/docs/net_mgmt/cisco_secure_access_control_system/5.3/command/reference/cli_app_a.html#wp1889077

To set timezone on ACS via CLI. Use Clock Timezone

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/docs/net_mgmt/cisco_secure_access_control_system/5.3/command/reference/cli_app_a.html#wp1894584

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Jatin Katyal

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Not able to set date and time on acs 5.3 version using web inter

Setting the System Time and Date Manually

You can set and maintain the system date and time by using one of two methods:

• Set the time and date manually.

• Assign a network time protocol (NTP) server with which the system synchronizes its date and time.

To set the ACS SE system time and date by using an NTP, see Setting the System Time and Date with NTP.

To set the ACS SE system time and date manually:

Step 1  Log in to the ACS SE. For more information, see Logging In to the Solution Engine from a Serial Console.

Step 2  At the system prompt, enter set time, and press Enter.

Result: The console displays:

Current Date/Time Setting:

Time Zone: (GMT -xx:xx) XXX Time

Date and Time: mm/dd/yyyy hh/mm/ss

NTP Servers: ("Ntp Synchronization Disabled" - or -a list of NTP servers)

Change Date & Time Setting? [N]

Step 3  At the Change Date & Time Setting? [N]: prompt, to set the time zone, time, or date enter Y, and press Enter.

Result: The console displays a list of indexed time zones and the following message:

[xx] (GMT -xx:xx) XXX Time.

Enter desired time zone index (0 for more choices) [x]:

Step 4  At theTime Zone prompt, enter the desired time zone index number from the time zone setting list, and press Enter.

Tip  You can also enter 0 (zero) and press Enter to see more time zone index numbers.

Result: The console displays the new time zone.

Step 5  At the Synchronize with NTP Server? prompt, enter N, and press Enter.

Step 6  At the Enter date [mm/dd/yyyy]: prompt, enter the date, and press Enter.

Step 7  At the Enter time [hh:mm:ss]: prompt, enter the current time, and press Enter.

Result: The system time is reset.

Setting the System Time and Date with NTP

You can set and maintain the system date and time by using one of two methods:

• Set the time and date manually.

• Assign a NTP server with which the system synchronizes its date and time. (You can configure backup NTP servers if you desire.)

To set the ACS SE system time and date manually, see Setting the System Time and Date Manually.

To set the ACS SE system time and date with NTP:

Step 1  Log in to the ACS SE. For more information, see Logging In to the Solution Engine from a Serial Console.

Step 2  At the system prompt, enter set time, and press Enter.

Result: The console displays:

Current Date Time Setting:

Time Zone: (GMT -xx:xx) XXX Time

Date and Time: mm/dd/yyyy hh/mm/ss

NTP Servers: ("Ntp Synchronization Disabled" - or - List of NTP servers)

Change Date & Time Setting? [N]

Step 3  At the Change Date & Time Setting? [N]: prompt, to set the time zone, time, or date enter Y, and press Enter.

Result: The console display the indexed time zones:

[xx] (GMT -xx:xx) XXX Time.

Enter desired time zone index (0 for more choices) [x]:

Step 4  At theNTP Server(s) prompt, enter the desired time zone index number from the time zone setting list, and press Enter.

Tip  You can also enter 0 (zero) and press Enter to see more time zone index numbers; or simply press Enter to accept the existing time zone.

Result: The console displays the time zone setting.

Step 5  At the Synchronize with NTP Server? prompt, enter Y, and press Enter.

Step 6  At the Enter NTP Server IP Address(es): prompt, enter the IP address of the NTP server that you want to use, and press Enter.

Tip  If you want to configure multiple NTP servers, at the Enter NTP Server IP Address prompt, enter multiple IP addresses, each separated by a space.

Result: The console displays:

Successfully synchronized with NTP server

Current Date/Time Setting:

        Time Zone: XXX

Date & Time:

NTP servers:

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