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SPA122 Timezone Change via Config File

Hi,

I have been modifying the default XML cfg file that is created by the config compiler for the SPA112/122. Everything has been going smoothly apart from the time settings. On the SPA122 the config reads as follows:

<Time_Setup>

<Time_Zone>-08 1 1</Time_Zone>

<Auto_Adjust_Clock>1</Auto_Adjust_Clock>

<Time_Server_Mode>manual</Time_Server_Mode>

<Time_Server>europe.pool.ntp.org</Time_Server>

<Resync_Timer>3600</Resync_Timer>

<Auto_Recovery_System_Time>0</Auto_Recovery_System_Time>

<Time_Mode>1</Time_Mode>

</Time_Setup>

Now the "-08 1 1" under the timezone entry is for US Pacific Time, so GMT -08. I need to make the entry GMT 0 for UK time. I have tried a few different strings but these get ignored everytime. Does anyone know the options you have under this entry or what to set for UK time?

Best regards

Rob

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SPA122 Timezone Change via Config File

Try to set the GMT 0 in the web GUI and get the xml config using this special url:

http://SPAIPaddress/admin/config.xml

In this way you can find the exact value used by SPA.

Regards.

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SPA122 Timezone Change via Config File

Try to set the GMT 0 in the web GUI and get the xml config using this special url:

http://SPAIPaddress/admin/config.xml

In this way you can find the exact value used by SPA.

Regards.

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SPA122 Timezone Change via Config File

Thanks! Worked a treat.

The string is "+00 2 2" for GMT UK. That will also help with a few other things now I have that URL.

Best regards

Rob

Cisco Employee

SPA122 Timezone Change via Config File

In the event that someone finds this string via a search engine, this document should help: https://supportforums.cisco.com/docs/DOC-26259

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