How are you supposed to set the clock on the AIP-SSC-5 module?
There doesn't seem to be any way to set the clock manually, you have to use NTP. The problem is that the module refuses to set the clock if the time it gets through NTP is more than 1000 seconds off. An attempt to do so results in the following error message:
"time correction of 97513010 seconds exceeds sanity limit (1000); set clock manually to the correct UTC time."
The manual says that the module is supposed to sync its time with the appliance when it boots up but I've restart both the module and the appliance several time to no effect.
This is driving me crazy. Surely there has to be some way to set the clock?
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