I guess I should have done this long ago. A lot of network devices like HP switches have SNTP setting:
1) It will not accept a FQDN. It must be an IP address. I like time.windows.com but I have pinged it twice today and it has been a different IP every time I ping it. That doesn't make me feel real warm and fuzzy about using time.windows.com. Is there a more "standard" time server that everyone uses where the IP address will never change?
2) When setting up Daylight Savings Time the start and finish is easy enough but then it asks for an "offset" in minutes. What is this "offset"? Is it somehow like what ever UTC is? Where to I find this Offset? If it helps I am EST.