I am running NTP (SNTP ) on a CSS that is syncing to a router configured as a Master.
The router and its other 'peers' have and maintain the correct time. When I look at the CSS's SNTP config I see that it has communication to the router that it is getting its time from. However, the CSS is reporting the time exactly 1 hour behind all of the other network devices in the LAN.
I can hardcode the time correctly and set the timezone to match the other network devices but when the CSS requests NTP services the time changes back exactly 1 hour again.
Has anyone experienced a similar problem with the CSS , or have any helpful suggestion?
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