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Step
1.
Enter system view.
2.
Enable NTP authentication.
3.
Configure an NTP
authentication key.
4.
Configure the key as a trusted
key.
5.
Associate the specified key
with a passive peer.
To configure NTP authentication for a passive peer:
Step
1.
Enter system view.
2.
Enable NTP authentication.
3.
Configure an NTP
authentication key.
4.
Configure the key as a trusted
key.
NTP authentication results differ when different configurations are performed on active peer and passive
peer. For more information, see
performed does not make any difference.)
Command
system-view
ntp-service authentication enable
ntp-service authentication-keyid
keyid authentication-mode md5
{ cipher | simple } value
ntp-service reliable
authentication-keyid keyid
Associate the specified key with
a passive peer:
ntp-service unicast-peer
{ ip-address | peer-name }
[ vpn-instance
vpn-instance-name ]
authentication-keyid keyid
Associate the specified key with
a passive peer:
ntp-service ipv6 unicast-peer
{ ipv6-address | peer-name }
[ vpn-instance
vpn-instance-name ]
authentication-keyid keyid
Command
system-view
ntp-service authentication enable
ntp-service authentication-keyid
keyid authentication-mode md5
{ cipher | simple } value
ntp-service reliable
authentication-keyid keyid
Table
3. (N/A in the table means that whether the configuration is
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Remarks
N/A
By default, NTP authentication is
disabled.
By default, no NTP authentication
key is configured.
By default, no authentication key is
configured as a trusted key.
N/A
Remarks
N/A
By default, NTP authentication is
disabled.
By default, no NTP authentication
key is configured.
By default, no authentication key is
configured as a trusted key.

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