You can configure your Net Scaler appliance to synchronize its local clock with a Network Time Protocol (NTP) server.
This ensures that its clock has the same date and time settings as the other servers on your network.
it is better to use a NTP pool server that is close to your location in order to help with load balancing.
A Google search for my location “ntp server ireland” returns the website which you can search for your location.
However, if it has Internet, you can make it sync the date and time from a time-server.For Ireland I get: # This is the most basic ntp configuration file # The driftfile must remain in a place specific to this # machine - it records the machine specific clock error driftfile /etc/ntp.drift logfile /var/log/# NTP Servers for Ireland from server 0org server 1org server 2org server 3org # Using local hardware clock as fallback # Disable this when using ntpd -q -g -x as ntpdate or it will sync to itself # server 127.127.1.0 # fudge 127.127.1.0 stratum 14 # Defining a default security setting restrict 192.168.1.0 mask 255.255.255.0 nomodify notrap The driftfile specifies the file that is used to store information about previous responses from the NTP servers you are using.This file contains internal information for NTP – leave it at /etc/ntp.drift If you only want to allow machines within your own network to synchronize their clocks with your server, but ensure they are not allowed to configure the server, set the restrict value as above. Important – make sure that you comment out the server and fudge lines or the server will sync to itself!Next, we need to install the ntp software on the Beaglebone black – so, at the command prompt (I am using Angstrom here): Next, find a NTP server that is close to your location.We need to do this to be good ‘ntp citizens’ as it is not good to use a NTP root server as they are already heavily loaded …