Re: Document for Cisco router reset clock after reload
You will always lose the clock when you do a reboot.You'll need to set up some sort of NTP server, or use an NTP server out on the net.You could also use another router as an NTP server,The clock will alwayas reset to 1993 when routers reboot.
I would suggest better to configure NTP in your network.
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