I having major issues with NTP and subscriber as per below when installing subscriber toward the end of the install I get this error message.
VMware ESXI 5.0.0
UCS C210 M – VM server Publisher
UCS C210 M – VM server Subscriber
NTP – we are using internal windows NTP server which I think could be a bad mojo.
The CUCM publisher installs complete fine with NTP sync
Show network statuscluster and show utlis ntp status - Publisher
Error in Subscriber install -
What I have checked and tested –
Clean new re-install of Publisher and Subscriber and VM’s
I have checked the publisher configuration for that sub ,also the hostname/ip address of publisher is correct
Tired this I cannot figure out when ESXi decides to enable this feature and when to disable it. So, to be on the safe side, open the .vmx file for your VM and make sure that the following line is contained anywhere in that file: tools.syncTime = "false" alternatively, the syntax could be:tools.syncTime = "FALSE" or perhaps eventools.syncTime = "0" I have seen all three versions with the lower case in quotation marks used by ESXi, and the upper case used by Fusion. I believe that all VMWare versions understand any variation in the syntax of this command, though. If your .vmx file has the following command: tools.syncTime = "true" or tools.syncTime = "TRUE" or even tools.syncTime = "1", you will have to modify it. If your .vmx file does not contain this command at all, you will have to add it like this: tools.syncTime = "false" or use any variation of the syntax shown above.
Thank you for quick response, I think I am going to configure a Cisco router to synchronise its software clock from external NTP server, and the router to act as an NTP server the internal network devices, ensuring all devices are synchronised.
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