On Sun, 20 Mar 2005 01:58:55 -0500, Boris Rudoy <boris at rudoy dot com> wrote:
> I am defenetly didn't understand how it works
> Turn off syncronization with NTP, and setup correct system time in BIOS.
> Trying execute /exec.php "date" command:
> $ date
> Sat Mar 19 20:48:07 EST 2005
> Immediatly switch to the M0n0 computer, restart it, open BIOS settings to
> check system time. Time is correct, it's current time 01:49 AM Mar 20 2005
> Looks like M0n0 take system time and think this is Grinvich time, so it make
> minus 5h from the GMT and use it as local timezone. Am I correct?
> Should I change BIOS time to GMT?
> Can this timeshift in M0n0 affect any network device, like VoIP adapter? I
> got one from sunrocket and have wrong timestamp with incoming CallerID
The only thing the time in m0n0wall affects is things that locally
need a time for some reason - DHCP server, DHCP client, log
timestamps, etc. It won't have any effect on anything else on your