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A network administrator configured NTP on a Cisco router to get synchronized time for system and logs from a unified time source. The configuration did not work as desired.

Which service must be enabled to resolve the issue?

  • A . Enter the service timestamps log datetime local time global command.
  • B . Enter the service timestamps log datetime synchronize global command.
  • C . Enter the service timestamps log datetime console global command.
  • D . Enter the service timestamps log datetime clock-period global command

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Suggested Answer: A

Explanation:

If a router is configured to get the time from a Network Time Protocol (NTP) server, the times in the router’s log entries may be different from the time on the systemclock if the [localtime] option is not in the service timestamps log command. To solve this issue, add the [localtime] option to the service timestamps log command. The times should now be synchronized between the system clock and the log message timestamps.

Reference: https://community.cisco.com/t5/networking-documents/router-log-timestamp-entries-are-different-from-the-system-clock/ta-p/3132258

   
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