Are there any differences in how I configure the time zone for TimeP or SNTP for the ProCurve Networking Series 4100GL switches compared to other ProCurve Networking switches?
Starting with the G.05.xx version of the switch operating system software, the method of configuring the Time Zone for TimeP or SNTP configuration has been updated. Previous switch software, for all ProCurve Networking switches, used positive time offset values for time zones that are West of GMT and negative values for time zones that are East of GMT. The standards indicate that time zones West of GMT should be designated by negative offset values, and time zones East of GMT by positive values. Software version G.05.xx updates this configuration method, so if you try to use the same values for indicating time zones as you did for previous ProCurve Networking switches, the time will be set incorrectly on your Series 4100GL switch. For example, for previous ProCurve Networking switches, the US Pacific time zone was configured by entering +480. With software version G.05.xx, the US Pacific time zone must now be configured by entering -480.
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