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Can we use our own NTP servers?

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Can we use our own NTP servers?

For security purposes, my organization would like to use our own NTP server instead of the default provided by Meraki Cloud. From what I've read, I don't believe this is possible. Is that the case or is there a way to point our Meraki equipment to our internal NTP server?

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Re: Can we use our own NTP servers?

Can you point me to where you have read that it has to use Meraki's NTP? Anything with DHCP you should be able to point to your internal NTP.

 

This doc doesn't list a Meraki IP, just any destination with port 123 UDP traffic, so I am a bit confused.

https://documentation.meraki.com/zGeneral_Administration/Other_Topics/Upstream_Firewall_Rules_for_Cl...

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Re: Can we use our own NTP servers?

Can you point me to where you have read that it has to use Meraki's NTP? Anything with DHCP you should be able to point to your internal NTP.

 

This doc doesn't list a Meraki IP, just any destination with port 123 UDP traffic, so I am a bit confused.

https://documentation.meraki.com/zGeneral_Administration/Other_Topics/Upstream_Firewall_Rules_for_Cl...

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Re: Can we use our own NTP servers?

Actually, I believe this is as simple as me being completely wrong. I believe I may have misread or been mislead by this thread: https://community.meraki.com/t5/Switching/MS250-NTP-config/td-p/46504

Anyways, after looking at your link and knowing that it's possible, I believe I've found the location to set it. Thank you for your help.
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