I have a contained environment where I just want my servers all to have the same time. I want them to pull that time from my 3750. What do I have to enable on the 3750 to be the NTP clock source.
Keep in mind that the 3750 will not be getting the source from anywhere else, just my "set clock" command.
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For the 3750 to be a clock source you need : ntp master 2.
The stratum 1 should be used only if you are using a GPS clock.
So here in this example it's stratum 2.
Also you need ntp source interface X/X if you want to use a specific interface for sourcing ntp.
On the other devices, use the ntp server a.b.c.d where a.b.c.d is the ip address of the 3750.
Its working on my 3750. Are you in config mode?
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Enter configuration commands, one per line. End with CNTL/Z.
access-group Control NTP access
authenticate Authenticate time sources
authentication-key Authentication key for trusted time sources
broadcastdelay Estimated round-trip delay
clock-period Length of hardware clock tick
logging Enable NTP message logging
max-associations Set maximum number of associations
peer Configure NTP peer
server Configure NTP server
source Configure interface for source address
trusted-key Key numbers for trusted time sources
If the ntp command is not showing like on my switch, you may need an ip services image or higher.
You don't have the 'master' keyword for your NTP commands either. Therefore your switch is not likely to be providing NTP but only receiving NTP.
'ntp server' is to configure the switch on where it gets its NTP from.
'ntp peer' might work though where the two switches peered with each other would share NTP with each other.