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Setting up time on WAG354G

Discussion in 'Other Linksys Equipment' started by milet, Dec 10, 2005.

  1. milet

    milet Guest

    I have a very simple question:

    How do I set up correct time on my WAG354G? Or, preferably, have it synchronize time with some NTP server?

    TIA
    Michal Letowski
     
  2. calum

    calum Network Guru Member

    Good question... I assume it's doing automatically from some predefined NTP server (given the timezone and update interval settings on the Basic Setup tab), but I'm pretty sure there's not currently any way to specify an NTP server. Probably something else they need to fix in the next version of their firmware, but not before they've made it work with my PS2 hopefully :)
     
  3. icest0rm

    icest0rm Network Guru Member

    I've correct time setup and "Automatically adjust clock for daylight saving changes" checked but I get +1h respect to the right time...strange :bounce:
     
  4. tauko

    tauko Network Guru Member

    From the firmware 1.01.05 changelog (EU version, annexA)

    ....
    - Fixed problems with selecting some time zones
    ...

    This firmware it's on linksys ftp. :thumb:
     
  5. icest0rm

    icest0rm Network Guru Member

    already updated (as I posted btw) but the hour is +1..
     
  6. shoutje

    shoutje Network Guru Member

    icestOrm,

    I've got the same 'problem' here I noticed, I used GMT England now (in the Basic Setup Menu / Time Setting) however I live in the Netherlands ??
     
  7. icest0rm

    icest0rm Network Guru Member

    that's the only way to get the right time :(
     
  8. booly

    booly Network Guru Member

    I've discovered that I've the same issue with WAG54G V2 (fw 1.1.22)
     
  9. Advis

    Advis Network Guru Member

    Time never updates

    Sorry for bumping this thread up but my WAG354G never updates the time, under status it says that the current time is 'unavailable'. I don't think it's too much of an issue but it would be nice to see proper times when reading logs. This also happened on my old DI-614 - it would never retrieve the time from it's NTP servers and would display a error in the log. Any ideas?
     
  10. icest0rm

    icest0rm Network Guru Member

    same here but only since some days, so probably some problems with the embedded NTP server
     

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