NTP Settings PanelNTP Settings Panel
NTP setting panel is a protocol designed to synchronize the host machine clocks over a network. For more information on NTP see the home page (http://www.ntp.org/).
Note: NetWitness core hosts must be able to communicate with the NetWitness Server host with UDP port 123 for NTP time synchronization.
You use the (Admin) > System > NTP Settings view to configure one or more NTP servers. After you configure an NTP server, NetWitness uses NTP to synchronize the host machine clocks. You configure multiple NTP servers for Fail Over purposes.
What you need to do?What you need to do?
|Role||I want to ...||Show me how|
|Administrator||Add or Modify an NTP Server||Configure NTP Servers|
Related TopicsRelated Topics
- Configure NTP Servers
- Troubleshoot Issues identified in the NTP Settings Panel or Log Files Messages
Quick LookQuick Look
The following example illustrates an NTP setting panel. The panel defines how to add NTP server to NTP setting panel.
|1||Displays the NTP setting panel.|
|2||Enter the NTP Server IP Address or hostname.|
Click on an existing hostname.
The following table describes the settings in the NTP Settings panel.
|Add||Enter the NTP Server IP Address or hostname to add the NTP server to NetWitness.|
|Delete the selected NTP server.|
|Synchronizes the selected NTP server.|
|Selects the NTP server that you want to delete or synchronize.|
NTP Server IP Address or hostname. If you click on an existing hostname, NetWitness makes the hostname editable and displays the following command buttons:
|Apply||Applies the NTP server settings and synchronizes host machine clocks to NTP.|