Ntp not updating clock

28-Sep-2020 16:23

This is the one they should have used as default, but they opted for their own NTP server which never works.

The other addresses can be found on the NIST website.

You just need to set it once, and it should be accurate for years to come, with only exceptions being daylight saving time adjustment which may or may not be used in the country you live in.

address alone, and it will resolve to any one of the NIST NTP servers, whichever works the best. Because if keeping time is failing then sync will not help you long term.

Also, you can use the BIOS time to adjust the Windows system time.

The benefit of this one is that it works even when Internet sync does not.

Hello, I have a 2900 series router that isn't slaving properly to an NTP server (Cisco 3945).

Looking at other devices on the network, they seem to be playing nice, NTP wise, with the NTP server.

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So don't use that, because it defaults to using Microsoft's NTP server, which never works anyway, and you can't select a different NTP server on that page in the Settings app.Make sure the Windows Time service is running (It's actual name must be similar to that), and make sure your timezone is properly set.That's the only two things that can possibly force the clock to sync incorrectly.Instead your time is provided by the domain time server.The 1500 series DVRs are able to automatically adjust the date and time if they have a connection to the internet or to a local time server if you are operating one. We recommend that you use your router's IP address as the primary and the Google public DNS as the secondary (fallback).

So don't use that, because it defaults to using Microsoft's NTP server, which never works anyway, and you can't select a different NTP server on that page in the Settings app.Make sure the Windows Time service is running (It's actual name must be similar to that), and make sure your timezone is properly set.That's the only two things that can possibly force the clock to sync incorrectly.Instead your time is provided by the domain time server.The 1500 series DVRs are able to automatically adjust the date and time if they have a connection to the internet or to a local time server if you are operating one. We recommend that you use your router's IP address as the primary and the Google public DNS as the secondary (fallback).So it does seem as if Windows 10 has some time related issues.