What do you mean by "having NTP server on 2Nexus 7000"? If you are trying to get other devices to pull time from the Nexuses, what are you timing them off of?
To answer your question the loopback is the proper place to pull the time from as it is the most stable interface on the device. If the time is sync'd on the Nexuses, it does not matter which one time is pulled from. However, if you want control of where the time is coming from, you would do it on the NTP clients by using the "preferred" keyword after ip you want to use as the primary time source, and not after the one you want to use as a secondary.
By saying "having NTP server on 2Nexus 7000" I meant Nexus is acting as client for Global NTP which are confiigured on Nexus but local network devices will be having ip address of Nexus as there NTP source , which in this case will be 2 looback interface on Nexus .
The devices which will be connected to Nexus will be windows Servers so I nee to mention both loopback ip's on window server and prefer one of them ?
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