You can also search for NTP servers on the net if you would like to synch the right time. For some reason, I live in the east coast but our time in our NTP server is 4 hours in advance. That is the reason why I have the -4 to subtract 4 hours. If you do show clock after creating the NTP server and you get the right time, no need to do the timezone. I hope this helps.
In your original post you indicate that you did a clock set and when you came back the next day the time settings had changed. Can you describe what they changed to?
There have been several posts that suggest that an NTP configuration may have caused the time setting to change. I agree that this is a possibility. I believe it may also be a possibility that the switch had rebooted, causing it to lose the time that you set and to use its default time.
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