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i have a BITS hw clocking device , from where i will be getting clock on an E1. I want to configure it for a cisco router, so that the cisco router will be using that BITS Hardware device as its clocking source.

Cisco router in 7200 and 2821.

How can it be possibel ??

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Blue

Re: NTP

NTP has nothing to do with the clocking on the T1/E1 lines. The latter is usually provided by the carrier that supplies the circuits. Any reason you don't want to use theirs?

New Member

Re: NTP

infect my engineering department has that BITS clocking he device.They are providing me it via an E1.

I want to use clocking for log generation and other such purposes on my cisco routers and switches.

Any other option you people can propose ??

Blue

Re: NTP

Well, as long as the BITS device supports NTP and is reachable by IP, I suppose:

ntp server ip-addr-of-BITS-clock prefer

ntp server other-NTP-clock

ntp update-calendar time-zone

clock timezone zone GMT-offset [minutes-offset]

clock summer-time [your-daylight saving-time-zone] recurring

service timestamps debug datetime msec localtime show-timezone

service timestamps log datetime msec localtime show-timezone

New Member

Re: NTP

Does the BITS service will provide me with an IP address over an E1 ?

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