Media Flow Controller CLI Commands : ntp

ntp
Configure a Network Time Protocol (NTP) server—Media Flow Controller has no configured default NTP servers.
ntp
disable
enable
peer <IP_address> [disable] [version <number>]
server <hostname | IP_address> [disable] [version <number>]
Notes:
disable and enable—Enable or disable NTP overall. Default is enabled.
peer—Add or delete (with no) an NTP peer.
disable—Temporarily disable this NTP peer. Use no ntp peer <NTP_per_IP_address> disable to re-enable.
version number—Allowable version numbers are 3 and 4; default is 4. If unspecified, default is used.
server—Add or delete (with no) an NTP server.
disable—Temporarily disable this NTP server. Use no ntp server <NTP_server_IP_address> disable to re-enable.
version number—Allowable version numbers are 3 and 4; default is 4. If unspecified, default is used.
Note! Servers and peers start enabled; disabling is just a way of making them temporarily inactive without losing their configuration.

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