Posted: Thu Nov 10, 2011 21:12 Post subject: NTP - Do you disable it unless running a NTP server?
Every year when DST changes, my daughter complains her restrictions have changed.
Today I had time to check and noticed the time was an hour later in the status section of the firmware. I know I had all the settings correct NTP Client. For the fun of it I changed them and found it did not change anything.
I googled and found how I could manually change the time through the Administration section and that worked.
Of course, now twice a year I have to adjust it for DST.
So, my simple question is this option not valid unless you have a NTP server running on your home LAN?
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Posted: Fri Nov 11, 2011 6:24 Post subject:
And according to this post that they have fixed the issue with ntp not updating in changeset 17851 where it will now update hourly, not when the router 1st boots like it did before. _________________ (05/02/17) std - 31924