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The SNS clocks would continue to function if Internet signal is lost, and will synchronize once the connection is restored. Additionally, the SNS clocks would continue to receive NTP updates if the SNS clocks are configured to receive updates from a secondary NTP server residing on your network.
Yes. Once the Applications Management Platform recognizes an SNS clock, it becomes the primary configuration record for the SNS clock, and configuration changes should be made only from the AMP web portal. Changes made via the AMP web portal will be pushed to the SNS clock the next time it connects to the network.
SNS clocks are equipped with a 10/100 Ethernet port, as well as the 802.11 b/g radio. We also offer the option to have your clocks configured for Power over Ethernet (PoE).
Yes. Actually, up to three NTP servers can be configured.
Less than 2kb at each connection.
Less than 30 seconds, depending on the security protocols in use and whether an IP address is assigned dynamically.
Each clock is configurable to connect to the network up to 6 times a day. However we recommend connecting just once per day to conserve clock battery life.
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