Hi guys just a quick query to be honest, after checking my gateways that were configured by another company I have seen a very high amount of slip secs between 33-316.. I have now provided the correct clokcing to the El Controller and they are at 0, but my question is would such a high number of Slip Secs been causing a issue?
Sorry to be a pain in the backside, and all your help was grately appreciated I just had one query.. Im trying to work out the difference between "clock source line primary" and " network-clock participate" and the ramifications.. of not having either Thank you so much in advance :))
I see I think I understand, so the network-clock commands specify where the initial clocking comes from as a whole? where as the clock source specifys the actual circuit that the clocking will be provided on..?
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