Try to set the clock on your router, also try to set the timezone. I did this with "timezone EST -5" it did not work so I used EDT -5 instead, now I can see that message. Here's the show run from my router.
Current configuration : 2933 bytes
! Last configuration change at 08:24:10 EDT Tue Dec 16 2008
! NVRAM config last updated at 16:48:12 EDT Thu Jan 1 2009
Setting the timezone is nice but not essential to display the message about last config change. If you set the timezone then the message displays the time in terms of the local timezone - and with no timezone set the message will just use whatever is set as the time on the device (might be local time or might be GMT/UTC).
What is essential is for the router/switch to have authoritative time. The router/switch will believe that it has authoritative time if it has learned time via NTP OR if you have executed the clock set command.
Hi everyone, I would like to thank you in advance for any help you can provide a newcomer like myself!
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