MIBS, SMMPv1, SMMPv2, SMMPv3 and management
Hi J. Clarke!!sorry but I not satisfied with tour answer.I searh on cisco web.And find this:CiscoWorks Time is not synchronized with System time. What should I do? A. You should complete the following: a. Edit the TIMEZONE file using the vi /etc/TIMEZONE command on a Solaris machine. b. Set the TZ=standard_timezone. For example, you can specify TZ=MET. c. Save the TIMEZONE file. d. Reboot the machine. But is for Solaris O.S. and I have Windows Server 2003 SP2. :/In the other hand, I find a document say:Table 2 Supported Server Time Zones and do not exist GMT -3 !!!link: https://www.cisco.com/en/US/docs/net_mg ... hanks!best regards,Jorgelina
There is a problem with Java and the Windows GMT-3 Buenos Aires timezone. I can reproduce your problem exactly by using that timezone on my Windows server. However, if I select the GMT-3 Georgetown timezone, I get the correct time in LMS (after a restart).The issue is with Java, and not limited to CiscoWorks. Do you get a good time in LMS when you set your timezone to GMT-3 Georgetown?