HP9300# clock summer-time
Syntax: clock summer-time
Although SNTP servers typically deliver the time and date in Greenwich Mean Time (GMT), you can configure the
switch or routing switch to adjust the time for any one-hour offset from GMT or for one of the following U.S. time
US Pacific (default)
The default is US Pacific.
To change the time zone to Australian East Coast time (which is normally 10 hours ahead of GMT), enter the
HP9300(config)# clock timezone gmt+10
Syntax: clock timezone gmt | us <time-zone>
You can enter one of the following values for <time-zone>:
US time zones (us): alaska, aleutian, arizona, central, east-indiana, eastern, hawaii, michigan, mountain,
GMT time zones (gmt): gmt+12, gmt+11, gmt+10...gmt+01, gmt+00, gmt-01...gmt-10, gmt-11, gmt-12.
USING THE WEB MANAGEMENT INTERFACE
To set the local time for the system:
Log on to the device using a valid user name and password for read-write access. The System configuration
panel is displayed.
Select the Clock link to display the Clock panel, shown below.
Configuring Basic Features
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