SA Cfg: NTP Settings Panel

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This topic describes the Administration > System > NTP Settings panel. NTP is a protocol designed to synchronize the host machine clocks over a network.  For more information on NTP see their home page (http://www.ntp.org/).

Note: Security Analytics core hosts must be able to communicate with the SA host with UDP port 123 for NTP time synchronization. 

You use the Administration > System NTP Settings view to configure one or more NTP servers. After you configure an NTP server, Security Analytics uses NTP to synchronize the host machine clocks. You configure multiple NTP servers for Fail Over purposes.

To access this view:

  1. In the Security Analytics menu, select Administration > System.
  2. In the options panel, select NTP Settings.
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Features

This table describes the settings in the NTP Settings panel.

                                     
SettingDescription
 Enter the NTP Server IP Address or hostname.
Add Adds the NTP server to Security Analytics.
Icon_Delete_sm.png Delete the selected NTP server.
resynchbtn.PNG Synchronizes the selected NTP server.
Checkbox.png Selects the NTP server that you want to delete or synchronize.
NTP Server

NTP Server IP Address or hostname. If you click on an existing  hostname, Security Analytics makes the hostname editable and displays the following command buttons:

  • Update - Applies your edits.
  • Cancel - Cancels your edits.
Apply Applies the NTP server settings and synchronizes host machine clocks to NTP.
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