clock time

This is probably a tech support call however I always like to inquire here first to see if anyone has had the same issues with a fix or can point out my errors.

Since upgrading my old ION the clock is always 2 hours behind after shut down and restart. My experience with CMOS bats is the time and date go way bonkers when the bat is bad and not routinely 2 hours behind.

The time zone is set to Pacific since I am Los Angeles.

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  • It's a lot easier to change the time on a console versus the router, which typically requires you to connect a computer to the network and use the router's web interface, remember the correct password, etc...

    -Todd

  • I can see having to change it on the router on tours when time zones change however all my events are in the same zone so would it be the same to do it either way?

    Also if I make one console a Time Server and the other a client would the Time Server still be getting the time from the router, unless I find a way to disable that in the router as Jake said, which means I still have to get into the router anyway?

    And of course if I cannot disable it then pick a better way???

    Not trying to make this any more difficult, just wondering what would be best in my situation.

  • Turn off the time server in the router while you have equipment to do it ie a PC etc to login to the router and some time to figure it out and then as Jake and tdrga have said use one of the consoles to do the time, then you have control over things and aren't going to have run things with the clock off a few minutes as the time on the router has drifted off etc etc.

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