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Configuring NTP (Network Time Protocol) on a Cisco Router

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Our Cisco Technical KnowledgeBase has just been updated with another great article showing you how to configure NTP service on your Cisco router.

NTP is used by all network devices, including workstations, servers, routers, switches and many more, to ensure they are synchronised with the correct date and time.

Because NTP is considered a critical service, we've decided to cover it in the best possible way, showing you not only how to configure it, but also troubleshoot and verify its operation.

To read up on our Cisco router NTP configuration article, follow the link below:
Configuring NTP (Network Time Protocol) on a Cisco Router.

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