Interactive command to enable NTP and direct Network Time Protocol requests to a time server, if the system is not configured to collect NTP from the Lantronix Control Center.
If NTP is disabled, the internal clock will be used to set the system time.
The Lantronix Local Manager does not provide NTP synchronization services to other devices.
Note: If you configure the Lantronix Local Manager to be managed by a Lantronix Control Center, the system is automatically configured to use the Lantronix Control Center as an NTP server. You may change this manually; however, if the system time and the Lantronix Control Center time differ by more than a few seconds, this generates an error message. If you receive this alarm, set the Lantronix Control Center as the NTP primary server, or set both the Lantronix Control Center and the Local Manager to use the same NTP server.
CLI resource: system
Lantronix system: All
LMS offerings: All
config system ntp
[admin@LantronixLM]# config system ntp --- Existing Values --- Use NTP: yes NTP Primary Server Hostname or IP: 220.127.116.11 NTP Secondary Server Hostname or IP: null Change these? (y/n) [n]: y --- Enter New Values --- Use NTP: (y/n) [y]: NTP Primary Server Hostname or IP: [18.104.22.168]: NTP Secondary Server Hostname or IP: : 22.214.171.124 Do you want to commit these changes? (y/n): y
Inventory > group page > Network > NTP - specific to this inventory group
Inventory > Local Manager page > Network > NTP - specific to this system
3.4 - This command was introduced to replace config Local Manager ntp.