I have one 6500 switch with a sup720 which sucessfully gets time from the Internet. Most of my routers and switches were pointing to 10.210.210.1 as an NTP source. When cutting over to a new circuit the 10.210.210.1 address went away. When I tried to change the address in my NTP client switches they would remain unsynchronized although the address was pingable and I could get NTP from the server with an XP box.
Mar 8 11:08:02: leap 3, mode 3, version 3, stratum 0, ppoll 64
it looks like 10.1.1.254 is a stratum 0 device, which means that it cannot serve as a time source for Cisco devices. Then again, you say that your 6500 can get time from that device. What exactly is 10.1.1.254 ? Would it be possible to reboot one of your devices and check if the sync occurs after that ?
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