After setting the NTP value (Configuration tab, System > Settings > Platform) and selecting Update Platform Setting, the vWLAN immediately connects to the NTP server to sync to the proper time. There is currently not a way to manually set the time on the unit.
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I have tried setting the NTP servers in the vWLAN but it seems that it is not working properly.
Although I got this message after seeting the NTP servers and selecting Update Platform Setting:
Root setting was successfully updated.
Name: NTP servers to use
The time in the vWLAN continue being not correct. It is exactly one hour delayed. Now it is 12:42 in Spain and the vWLAN shows 11:42. It seems a daylight saving time configuration problem or a problem with the Time Zone in the vWLAN but I do not know how to change it.
I have tried to syncronize my computer and other boxes with that NTP servers and no problem.
Could you please advise?
Please, look at the screenshot attached. I was creating a report and when setting start date, I clicked on the NOW button and the time showed was 13:27 ( which is correct) but in the upper left part of the GUI of the vWLAN you can see that the time showed is 12:27....
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I ran into a similar issue a while back as well. I had to login to vWLAN with the desired username, then click on that username in the top right-hand corner right next to Sign out. After clicking on the username you can then select your desired Time Zone. Hope this helps.
OK many thanks!!