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Nortel BCM 400 TIME and Computer time

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I am trying to keep my systems and my phone system sync on the same time... It seems to always go off by 1 to 2 mins.... I have tried pointing to BCM to the Net TIme server.. same as the XP workstaions but that doesnt seem to work... BCM has all the latest patches.. please advise.
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You can use Meinberg NTP or ntpd on any unix, because MS NTP and hardware timeservers are somewhat non-standard.
Drifting clock may qualify you for warranty replacements (at least with IBM)
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