A networking engineer is configuring an NTP client to have access to multiple NTP servers but wants one server to have priority over the others. Which command will achieve this?

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A networking engineer is configuring an NTP client to have access to multiple NTP servers but wants one server to have priority over the others. Which command will achieve this? 1IT Administrator Staff asked 9 months ago

A networking engineer is configuring an NTP client to have access to multiple NTP servers but wants one server to have priority over the others. Which command will achieve this?

  • ntp server 2001:DB8:0:0:800:200C:417A version 4h
  • ntp max-associations 1
  • ntp server 203.0.113.1 prefer
  • ntp master 1

Explanation: The ntp server 2001:DB8:0:0:800:200C:417A version 4 command configures the NTP client to synchronize with the NTP server at the specified IPv6 address but does not give it priority over other available servers. The command ntp max-associations number sets the maximum number of NTP peer-and-client associations that the router will serve. The command ntp master 1 sets the router to be a stratum level 1 NTP server.

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