Application Extension Platform 1.x -- Logging

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To have a consistent set of time stamps for logs and development authorization between the Cisco router and the Cisco AXP service module, you must configure the Cisco AXP service module to receive its NTP clock source from the router. To configure the router and service module perform the following steps.


Configure the NTP Master Clock on the Router

Router# configure terminal

ntp master

The router uses its own NTP master clock to synchronize with peers when an external NTP source is unavailable.

Note:The following step is optional but recommended.

Set the Clock Synchronization from an External Server


ntp server {hostname/ip-address}[prefer]</code>

The optional hostname/ip-address is the hostname or IP address of an external server providing clock synchronization.

Configure the NTP Server on the Cisco AXP Service Module

SE-Module> config t
ntp server source-router-ip-address

Configures the NTP server to keep the system time in synchronization with the NTP server.

source-router-ip-address is the address of the source router used for clock synchronization.


Additional References

Refer to the Configuring NTP section under Configuring the Application Service Environment in the relevant Cisco AXP User Guide. Refer to the AXP Configuration Guides.

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