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Old 09-22-2015, 09:32 AM
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Hi there!

How colud I configure a sntp server in my SCBE port well cad ?

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Old 09-22-2015, 02:37 PM
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SSH to the management interface and login as the ipcs user. Escalate to root via sudo su. Use vi (or nano) to edit the ntp.conf file: vi /etc/ntp.conf

Add an entry for your NTP source: server x.x.x.x

Bounce the NTP service: service ntpd restart
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Old 09-23-2015, 08:24 AM
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Hi there! Thnks you

But, what do I bad? Attach the results. I have tried change the IP management, change de server NTP, to access to directory vi /etc/ntp.conf or nao/etc/ntp.conf and all time shows command not found or No such file or directory

The ASBCE is a Portwell CAD0208.

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EMSUNICOL [root@pts/0] /etc # SBCEConfigurator.py change-ip-gw-mask 192.168.153.201 192.168.153.1 255.255.255.0
bash: SBCEConfigurator.py: command not found
EMSUNICOL [root@pts/0] /etc # cd /commands
bash: cd: /commands: No such file or directory
EMSUNICOL [root@pts/0] /etc # cd /command
bash: cd: /command: No such file or directory
EMSUNICOL [root@pts/0] /etc # cd vi /etc/ntp.conf
bash: cd: vi: No such file or directory
EMSUNICOL [root@pts/0] /etc # cd nano/etc/ntp.conf
bash: cd: nano/etc/ntp.conf: No such file or directory
EMSUNICOL [root@pts/0] /etc # cd vi/etc/ntp.conf
bash: cd: vi/etc/ntp.conf: No such file or directory
EMSUNICOL [root@pts/0] /etc # SBCEConfigurator.py change-ntp-ip
bash: SBCEConfigurator.py: command not found
EMSUNICOL [root@pts/0] /etc # SBCEConfigurator.py change-ntp-ip 172.16.16.1
bash: SBCEConfigurator.py: command not found

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Old 09-23-2015, 08:57 AM
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Remove the "cd" from the commands. cd = change directory.
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Old 09-23-2015, 10:14 AM
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Excuseme, I don't understand. See how I'm doing without cd


EMSUNICOL [ipcs@pts/0] ~ $ sudo us
sudo: us: command not found
EMSUNICOL [ipcs@pts/0] ~ $ sudo su
EMSUNICOL [root@pts/0] /home/ipcs # /vi/etc/ntp.conf
bash: /vi/etc/ntp.conf: No such file or directory
EMSUNICOL [root@pts/0] /home/ipcs # nano/etc/ntp.conf
bash: nano/etc/ntp.conf: No such file or directory
EMSUNICOL [root@pts/0] /home/ipcs # /nano/etc/ntp.conf
bash: /nano/etc/ntp.conf: No such file or directory
EMSUNICOL [root@pts/0] /home/ipcs # /etc
bash: /etc: is a directory
EMSUNICOL [root@pts/0] /home/ipcs # /etc/
bash: /etc/: is a directory
EMSUNICOL [root@pts/0] /home/ipcs # -SBCEConfigurator.py change-ntp-ip 172.16.16.1
bash: -SBCEConfigurator.py: command not found
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You should probably not be editing these files without a little understanding of what you're doing.

nano and vi are text editors, /etc/ntp.conf is a file

Think of the command line as the run dialog in windows, you're running the program nano (or vi if you're feeling ambitious) and you're editing the file /etc/ntp.conf

So - sudo su

Then - nano /etc/ntp.conf
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