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# 41982 27-Sep-2009 13:45
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I've had a problem with the 7940's not changing thier time for daylight saving for a few years now. I have multiple PIAF boxes with various cisco phones. I've tried various ntp + sntp settings and servers but none work. Does anyone have a solution ? I'm currently using SIP firmware POS3-08-9-00. The phones are excellent but the time thing seems riduculous for something seemingly simple.

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  # 259190 28-Sep-2009 23:15
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They get the timezone from the config file they tftp down dont they? So you just have to update the config files and reboot the phones then?

I dont bother with my cicsos, just have it on UTC since when I set it up I couldnt figure out what to put for +1300.





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# 259262 29-Sep-2009 08:56
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richms - thanks for your reply. I thought the localisation settings on the phone(no +1300 setting) wouldn't allow this but on investigating my sip default DST settings, I hadn't set up the right day / date to change. Have done now, and all is good. Thanks for the pointer - its only taken me 2 years to figure it out......

 
 
 
 


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# 259405 29-Sep-2009 16:04
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vespaman:  seems riduculous for something seemingly simple.


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