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NTP configuration issue

I have configured NTP Master server on cisco 2500 (as Stratum1) and pointed out all my CAT 2924 to this router as a NTP server.

The switches get the correct time. Tested via "show clock" command.

However, when I do "show log" I still don't get logged message according to the clock, but according to the "time lenght of switch being up"

The main reason of configuring NTP Master is that "show log" on all switches have identical time which helps in troubleshooting network problems.

Please advise me on this matter. How to get "logs" to act according to the system clock

Thanks,

Senad Palislamovic

Network Specialist

Weber State University

Ogden, UT 84408

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New Member

Re: NTP configuration issue

your going to want to configure the service eg :

service timestamps log datetime localtime show-timezone

This will time stamp the logs with the locat date/time, and the locat time zone eg : GMT, CST or wotever.

Murray

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Re: NTP configuration issue

service timestamps debug datetime msec localtime show-timezone

service timestamps log datetime msec localtime show-timezone

clock timezone CST -6

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Re: NTP configuration issue

Thanks folks,

I have configured it and bound it to the stratum time servers in Colorado.

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