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Old 01-05-2015, 03:16 PM
danmonson danmonson is offline
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Default 9.0 Server Edition NTP

Hi all,

I have a customer with a Server Edition currently at 9.0.4. He has roughly 16 IP500 V2 expansions off of that system. The SE is set to his local time server and pulls and keeps time perfectly. The expansions are set to pull from Manager/Voicemail Pro and set to the IP of the Server Edition. Issue is those times are all over the place, not synced exactly to the Server Edition time. I tried switching that to the same NTP server that the Server Edition is set to but they were still 30 seconds off. Anyone experienced this or have a suggestion on how to get them all the same? I would figure having the Server Edition pulling from NTP and Expansions pulling from Server Edition would work fine but the times are off even though polling is working and confirmed OK through system status.


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Old 02-26-2015, 10:45 AM
kafo kafo is offline
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ok buddy
You need a ntp server update through primary server on ssh entry.
You can run "ntpdate -u xx.xx.xx.xx" and then check your end points time.

Is the only way that i found.

Sorry for my English
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