Media Flow Controller Web-Based Interface : System Config Tab : System Config > NTP

System Config > NTP
Configure Network Time Protocol (NTP) options.
NTP Setup
Enable/disable NTP time synchronization. See Figure 62. Click Apply to complete enabling NTP, Cancel to revert to existing configuration. Click Save at the top of the page to make changes persistent across reboots.
Figure 62 System Config > NTP Page Detail (NTP Setup)
NTP servers
Manage existing NTP servers. See Figure 63. For each configured NTP server:
Server—IP address of the NTP server.
Status—Whether or not the server is currently in use.
Stratum—The hierarchical system this NTP server uses.
Offset (ms)—Whether or not an offset (a degree in milliseconds of difference) of the server’s time is configured.
Reference Clock—How the NTP server is finding its reference (base) clock; INIT means this is configured in the /etc/init.d directory.
Poll Interval (sec.)—How often the server exchanges information with its configured reference clocks.
Last response (sec.)—When the last response from the reference clock was received.
NTP version—The set version of NTP.
Select a server and Remove, Enable, and/or Disable it. Click Save at the top of the page to make changes persistent across reboots. NTP servers are enabled by default.
Figure 63 System Config > NTP page Detail (NTP Servers)
Add New NTP Server
Enter IP address, version, and enable/disable; then click Add NTP Server. See Figure 64. Click Save at the top of the page to make changes persistent across reboots.
Figure 64 System Config > NTP page Detail (Add New NTP Server)

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