Wazo has a NTP server, that must be synchronized to a reference server. This can be a public one or customized for specific target networking architecture. Wazo's NTP server is used by default as NTP server for the devices time reference.
Show NTP service status:
service ntp status
Stop NTP service:
service ntp stop
Start NTP service:
service ntp start
Restart NTP service:
service ntp restart
Show NTP synchronization status:
Give your NTP reference servers:
server 192.168.0.1 # LAN existing NTP Server server 0.debian.pool.ntp.org iburst dynamic # default in ntp.conf server 1.debian.pool.ntp.org iburst dynamic # default in ntp.conf
If no reference server to synchronize to, add this to synchronize locally:
server 127.127.1.0 # local clock (LCL) fudge 127.127.1.0 stratum 10 # LCL is not very reliable
- Restart NTP service
- Check NTP synchronization status.
If #5 shows that NTP doesn't use NTP configuration in
/etc/ntp.conf, maybe have you done a
dhclient for one of your network interface and the dhcp server that
gave the IP address also gave a NTP server address. Thus you might check
if the file
exists, if yes, this is used for NTP configuration prior to
/etc/ntp.conf. Remove it and restart
NTP, check NTP synchronization status, then it should work.