I have Presence 6.03 installed. When I try to set the NTP server to an NTP resource on the network it is never accessible. There is a default entry of 127.0.0.1 that show reachable, but is also not deleteable even though it is selectable. I found a bug that said the NTP server entry needed to be the CallManager publisher, so I tried that. It still shows not accessible and I still cannot delete the 127.0.0.1 entry.
you can configure several phone NTP references in Cisco Unified CallManager Administration, Cisco Unified CallManager Administration allows you to locate specific phone NTP references; if you want to do so, you can configure the IP address of an NTP server that exists outside of the Cisco Unified CallManager system (System > Phone NTP Reference).
Thanks for the reply, but this was a Presence server, not CCM. The problem actually turned out to be a bug in 6.0x. Cisco TAC had to get into the underlying Linux OS and edit a file to allow the entered NTP server which is CCM to be accepted on the Presence server. This is supposed to be fixed in the 7.x releases.
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