Network OS Administration Guide

Supporting Network OS 6.0.1a

Part Number: 53-1003768-04

Displaying the active NTP server

Use the show ntp status command to display the current active NTP server IP address. If an NTP server is not configured or the server is unreachable, the output displays LOCL (for local switch time). Otherwise, the command displays the NTP server IP address. The command displays the local NTP server configuration only.

If the RBridge ID parameter is not provided, status results default to the local switch. If rbridge-id all is specified, the command displays the status for all switches in the cluster. If the RBridge ID is specified, the command displays that node's NTP status.

This example shows the local switch NTP status when an NTP server is not configured:

switch# show ntp status
 rbridge-id 1: active ntp server is LOCL

This example shows the configured NTP server:

switch# show ntp status
rbridge-id 1: active ntp server is 10.31.2.81

This example shows NTP status for all switches in a cluster.

switch# show ntp status rbridge-id all
rbridge-id 7: active ntp server is LOCL