Elastix TIME not syching with system time.

toks

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hello, recently out Voip server shutdown for some reason. we restarted it and all of sudden no incoming calls were coming in. after about 30 min of troubleshooting we figured out it was the time on the system not syching with elastix.(because we have a time group signed to it. ) could it be the cmos? i wanted to see if you guys may know.

Thanks

toks
 

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Waht Ver Of Elastix?

When you sign on to system, click on "System", then go to "Preferences", then select Date/Time and see what it says there. You can set time and date from there. Once done, monitor it for about 24 hours and see if there is a problem with machine in keeping time, or, after setting time & date then save and wait for about five, then shut down system (don't reboot), wait a few then restart system, if time is off then your problem is more than likely in the cmos (bad battery, bad mother board, virus, etc...).


Hope this helps

Amphibian
 

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thank you i will give it a try, and read that book.
 

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thank you too. i will also give it a try.
 

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We are running Elastix 2.2 on a virtual server. We are having problems getting to to keep the proper time. I assume the problem occurs whenever we revert back to a previous snapshot. How can I tell CentOS or Elastix to automatically set the clock from a time server the same way that my desktop computer keeps it's time?
 

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