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FAQ ID # 147
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Question / Issue
Can the LAN-Cell function as a time-server?

Answer / Solution

No.

The LAN-Cell can set its internal clock from an NTP (RFC-1305), Time (RFC-868) or Daytime (RFC-867) server, but it does not have the functionality required to offer time services to other client devices. 

To synchronize your LAN-based devices with the LAN-Cell, set all of your devices (and the LAN-Cell) to use the same remote time-server.

NOTE: A time-server can be located on any LAN-Cell interface (e.g. LAN, WAN or Cellular).  If you have a time-server on your LAN (such as a GPS device), you can enter the IP address of the local time-server on the LAN-Cell's Date & Time page.



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