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  • If you created the service for NTP and created a policy to allow _internal_, then yes it would behave the same way -- assuming your Linux route table is set up to send traffic to the 128T's data plane . This is another thing that the management function ...

  • Understood. So I tried enabling the interface for management and it works and created the services for NTP etc as suggested. Out of curiosity, If I didn't enable the management function on the WAN interface, but created a service just for NTP, would ...

  • Hi Dan, Sounds like you don't use an out-of-band management interface (on Linux OS) and you haven't configured management over forwarding interfaces. Please refer to https://docs.128technology.com/docs/config_management_over_forwarding for more details. ...

  • Hi Dan, Whether or not you need a service configured depends on how that device reaches the internet. NTP is handled by a protocol stack running on the Linux host of the computer running the 128T/SSR software. If the Linux routing table knows how to ...

  • Hi. I've configured an external NTP server under a router, router settings, but I have an alert "No active NTP server". Do I need to configure a service to allow the NTP communication with the External server? It appears in the running-config, but ...

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