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