ntp peer — global
interface] [prefer] no ntp peer
Network Time Protocol (NTP) service
This command defines the address of an NTP peer. The router synchronizes its time with the peer’s time and attempts to update the peer’s time. Notice how a peer is different from a server. If you specify an NTP server with the
ntp server command, the router gets its time from the server but does not attempt to update the server’s time.
The IP address of the NTP peer.
The NTP version (1 through 3). The default is 3.
Authentication key to use for this peer. The
ntp authentication-key command defines the keys and their key IDs.
The interface the router should use to communicate with this peer.
Makes this peer preferred over others.
The following command sets an NTP peer at 10.11.1.2, which is available via the
ntp peer 10.11.1.2 version 2 source ethernet0