Hi Cisco NetPros,
i have a short question:
We are using several Cisco1841 routers.
The show clock command gives the output which i expect (Time = NTP time).
But the show log command give the output with a time stamp from UTC (i have to add 1 hour to get our real time here in germany).
Most of our other cisco equipement shows the correct time in the logs (UTC+1). Only the 1841s show UTC (not +1) in the log. Can i configure the 1841s, so they will give back the NTP time in the logs?
What would be the command to do this?
Thanks in advance for your answers!
thanks for your quick answer.
if i do as you have supposed, i turn back my system time to gmt. then the logging time and the ntp time are equal.
unfortunately thats not the affect wanted.
in germany we have gmt+1. i may not turn back the system time on the routers in setting it to gmt+0.
can't i set the logging time equal to the time NTP gives to the router. can i turn off UTC/GMT+0 for logging and use gmt+1 instead....
thanks in advance,
Dec 14 16:52:41 CAT: %PARSER-5-CFGLOG_LOGGEDCMD: User:administrator logged command:service timestamps log datetime localtime show-timezone
Dec 14 16:52:43 CAT: %SYS-5-CONFIG_I: Configured from console by administrator on vty0 (172.16.4.145)
16:55:49.847 CAT Mon Dec 14 2020
Changes the timezone but not the clock for me, am I missing something?