The dot means the router has gone out of sync with its configured NTP server and therefore the date/time may be incorrect.
If it only happened for a short period then it may have been a network problem or problem on the NTP server where this router was unable to sync to it. If it is still happening do a "sho ntp assoc detail" and make sure it is in sync with the NTP server (sane/valid). If it isn't then you need to check your NTP server config, or perhaps there's a firewall in between that is blocking the NTP packets.
Thanks for the info. I have the router configured to sync with time.nist.gov, time.apple.com and a local NTP server. time.nist.gov is the preffered source but I see that periodically the router isn't finding any of the 2 external servers and logging messages like:
%NTP-4-PEERUNREACH: Peer 220.127.116.11 is unreachable
%NTP-4-PEERUNREACH: Peer 18.104.22.168 is unreachable
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