In my customer switches the NTP server configured is located in US and hence CST time is being used. Also the switches send syslog messages to a syslog server also located in US and working with CST times.
My question is:
The customer is located in Europe and uses CET times. If I configure the switches with the command clock timezone CET +7, what timezone will the switch use to send the messages to the syslog, CST or CET?
If I remember correctly the syslog server will timestamp the entries with it's own time setting, but the entries will also include the timestamp of the sending switch IF you have set up "service timestamp logging ..." in the switch.
So you *should* see both your CST time and your CET time in the log entries.
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