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Chapter 4
Command Reference

set-time

To display or modify the time of the system, use the set-time command.
Syntax Description
time
Defaults
The default time zone is GMT, Greenwich Mean Time.
Command Types
Changes configuration
Command Modes
Master password protected
Command History
Release
EDFA 1.0
Usage Guidelines
The day of the week must be specified as mon, tue, wed, thu, fri, sat, or sun. The system will accept
entries with a capitalized first character, such as Mon, or entries entirely in lower case, such as mon.
The month must be specified as jan, feb, mar, apr, may, jun, jul, aug, sep, oct, nov, or dec. The system
will accept entries with a capitalized first character, such as Jan, or entries entirely in lower case, such
as jan.
The day, hour, minute and second can all be specified by a one- or two-digit number. For example, the
system will accept 1 and 01 as the same value.
The year must be a four-digit number, such as 2002.
See
will accept entries entirely in upper case, such as PST, or entirely in lower case, such as pst.
78-14134-01, Release 1.0
set-time time
Modification
This command was introduced.
Appendix C, "Time Zone Codes,"
Specifies the desired time of the system. The time must be entered in
the same format as this example:
Fri Aug 24 20:50:31 2001 PST
PST is the time zone. See
of time zones and correlating abbreviations.
for a list of time zones and correlating abbreviations. The system
Appendix C, "Time Zone Codes,"
Cisco ONS 15501 User Guide
set-time
for a list
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