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Router 2911 log time and router time on in sync

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Hi,
My cisco 2911 router time and the log time is not in sync.  I think I adjusted the time first and then I put the commands for the time zone like:
clock timezone EST -5
clock summer-time EDT recurring
What commands can make both log time and the router to be in sync?
If I remove the timezone commands then both log time and the router time goes in sync but are not according to my time zone.
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Its 8:45 am here and the time for logs is:
Nov 16 23:08:20.381 UTC: %FW-4-TCP_OoO_SEG: Deleting session as expected TCP seg
ment with seq:1984431899 has not arrived even after 25 seconds - session 10.10.1
1.20:49537 to 65.203.229.241:80

#show clock
08:45:13.506 EST Wed Nov 17 2010
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Use the following commands to sync log and debug messages with the local clock:

service timestamps debug datetime msec localtime show-timezone
service timestamps log datetime msec localtime show-timezone
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Perfect!
Thanks JFrederick29.  Thanks for your time.
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