ONTAP 9.14.1 commands

cluster time-service ntp server reset

Reset NTP server list to a default selection

Availability: This command is available to cluster administrators at the advanced privilege level.


The cluster time-service ntp server reset command replaces the current configuration with one of the selected configurations.

If none or more than one time service configuration is selected, the command will fail.


[-use-public {true|false}] - Reset Server List to Public Identified Defaults (default: false)

When set to true, this specifies that the public NTP server list used by Data ONTAP should replace the current configuration.

The default setting is false .


The following example replaces the current time service configuration with the default public NTP server list that is used by Data ONTAP.

cluster1::> cluster time-service ntp server reset -use-public true
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