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Clock Setting via ntp for an Cat3550 Cluster

the Cluster Command Switch is configured as "ntp broadcast client" on VLAN 1 (Management VLAN). Ntp source is the Cat 4000 SupIII Backbone Switch where the cluster is connected. This runs fine.

But the cluster member switch doesn't become thetTime via ntp.

What I have to configure so that the cluster member Switch becomes the system time via ntp too? There are no cluster commands for that.

Thanks in advance

Dirk

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Re: Clock Setting via ntp for an Cat3550 Cluster

Dirk,

I may be shooting in the dark... here it is

The Cluster Manager System Time Management window supports the configuration of the Network Time Protocol (NTP) and system time. When you make changes on this window from a command switch, Java propagates the changes to all cluster members

conflict can arise if you configure NTP and use the Set Daylight Saving Time and Set Current Time tabs in the CMS. To avoid a possible conflict, either set the system time for the entire cluster on the command switch, or configure NTP on the command switch to use an NTP server to provide time to the cluster. Do not use both methods at the same time

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