I'm trying to synchronize my Cisco Access Points (AIR-AP1232AG-E-K9) Clock with our time server (win2k SP2).
In the Web interface of the AP I can only enter an IP address an switch to "enable" but he is not synchronizing. I only get the following message: "Unsynchronized; refresh page occasionally to update the status".
I have not much expirience about NTP und time servers. Only some to enter over the command prompt for synchronizing servers.
The NTP does't make problems. The only issue is that the sntp command substituted the ntp comand since 12.3(4)JA relase. Use the sntp server "address" instead of the ntp server "address" (oah, I have forgotten you use the web interface). Try to use some different (public) ntp server too. Check the path to the server.
We are looking at this same issue as well with using SNTP.
According to what I've found SNTP only allows synchronization with Stratum 1 clocks.
"SNTP time servers should operate only at the root (stratum 1) of the subnet, and then only in configurations where no other source of synchronization other than a reliable radio or modem time service is available. A stratum 2 server cannot be used as an SNTP time server. The use of SNTP rather than NTP in primary servers should be carefully considered. "
I don't understand why this is true. And I don't understand the last sentence in that quote when SNTP is the only option available in the AP. How can we consider not using it when the NTP commands are not available?
Anyone from Cisco have any input about this matter???
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