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Topic # 113559 20-Jan-2013 14:51 Send private message

I purchased an Edimax router BR-6428ns a while ago.
I notice that the router's date is incorrect.
It originally said a date in 2011 so I updated the firmware and now it says a date in April 2012. I updated to the latest firmware and now the date says september 2012.
The timezone is set to Wellington Auckland (I am in Christchurch)
I can change the time zone server (IP address only) it is set to I tried another IP which I got from the Edimax website but it doesn't make any difference.


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  Reply # 747826 20-Jan-2013 15:43 Send private message

Neither of those are valid NTP servers.

Might pay to start with something that does work such as which will originate from a pool of local NTP servers, or if you're just interested in global ones.

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  Reply # 747915 20-Jan-2013 19:50 One person supports this post Send private message

Internet NZ runs their own NTP servers.

They have three servers are called s[1-3] for network devices (servers, routers) and three servers for consumer client machines called p[1-3]

Just ping (or or and you'll know what IP address to use.

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