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Applying NTP reference to IP Phones

Hi,

Please clarify whether applying the NTP reference to date/time group in turn this date/time group is assigned to device pool is it going to require the phones to be restarted..

Thanks           

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Purple

Applying NTP reference to IP Phones

Hi Mahmood,

the phones would restart .

Adding a Date/Time Group

After adding a new date/time group to the database, you can assign it to a device pool to configure the date and time information for that device pool.

You must reset devices to apply any changes that you make.

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/docs/voice_ip_comm/cucm/admin/8_5_1/ccmsys/a02sycfg.html#wp1074727

the same would happen for NTP as well.

further, other nodes also need to be restarted in cluster for changes to happen.

https://supportforums.cisco.com/thread/2184534

regds,

aman

Applying NTP reference to IP Phones

Hi,

Thanks for the reply.

Please confrim whether just adding the NTP reference without assigning to any date/time group will cause any reset of IP Phones.

Thanks

Purple

Applying NTP reference to IP Phones

Hi Mahmood,

I do not think so but let me check.

regds,

aman

Re: Applying NTP reference to IP Phones

Hi.
As Aman stated(+5 P Aman) you don't need to reset anything if you just add a new ntp reference without assign it.

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Carlo

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Purple

Re: Applying NTP reference to IP Phones

Hi Carlo,

thanks for confirming.[+5]

regds,

aman

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