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 =====Time and Date===== =====Time and Date=====
  
-Time and date” module is located ​under the path: Menu → Service. This module, as the name implies, ​is for manipulating ​with time and date settings of ICS CUBE. It contains the following tabs: Time and dateTime serverTime intervals” and LogThe “Time and date” tab has two fields, which have to be se for correct ICS CUBE functioning:​ “Time” and “Date”. If the time server is not configured, it is possible to set current time and date. “Timezone” field is meant to hold your current timezone. The “Time servers for NTP-server synchronization” contains+The "Time and date" ​module is located ​in the "​Maintenance"​ menu. This module is intended ​for working ​with time and date in the ICS CUBE, and it also contains the following tabs: "Time and date""Time server""Time intervals" ​and "Log".
  
-====Time ​server====+==== Time and date. ====
  
-Shows current state of ICS CUBE time server (NTP server with the name of ICS). Namely it shows URL of external NTP server ICS is synchronised with (0.0.0.0 stands for no NTP servers available for synchronization) and precision level for each synchronization (where 1 stands for best precision and 16 for server unavailability). “Enable/​Disable” button is used to start or stop the ICS CUBE time server. Also this tab contains time server log for the current date.+{{:date1.png?|}}
  
-====Time intervals====+**"Time and date" tab.** Required fields on this tab are "​Date"​ and "​Time"​. If the time server is turned off, you can set the necessary time and date values. ​
  
-Time intervals allow to set named intervals ​of time using dayshours and minutes. The tab displays existing ​intervals. ​They can be added, deleted and edited by pressing corresponding button. When adding ​new time interval a dialogue windows ​will pop upwhere you will have to indicate ​name, select ​days of the week and time from which till which the interval ​is activeThe intervals created here will be used in other places ​of ICS CUBE configurationwhere time condition ​is required.+The "Time zone" field is used to specify the current time zone.  
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 +The "​Servers for synchronizing NTP server"​ field contains the predefined URLs of the NTP server pools. You can enter the IP-addresses of NTP servers or other pools in this field. Built-in NTP server in the ICS CUBE uses URL data to synchronize ​time and date.  
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 +If you set the "​Automatically create a permitting rule to access to NTP server"​ flagthe enabling rule for access from local and DMZ networks to the ntp (123) port will be set in the firewall. 
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 +==== Time server. ==== 
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 +It displays the current state of the time server (NTP-server of the ICS CUBE). Namely, the URL of the NTP server with which the ICS CUBE is synchronized (0.0.0.0 means that NTP servers are not available), as well as the accuracy level of this synchronization process (1 – maximum accuracy, 16 – servers are not available). The "​Disable"​ / "​Enable"​ button can be used to stop or start the time server. This tab can also be used to display the time server log as of the current date. 
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 +==== Time intervals. ​==== 
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 +It allows you to set the time intervals by days of the week and the time "from ... to ...". Created time intervals are displayed on this tab. Time intervals ​can be added, deleted and edited by clicking the appropriate buttons 
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 +Created time intervals can be used in various ICS CUBE modules where you need to set the action time. 
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 +When adding ​time intervalnew dialog box will openin which it is necessary ​to specify a name, days of the week, as well as duration of this time interval. All fields are required. 
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 +==== Log. ==== 
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 +**The “Log” tab** displays a summary of all system messages of the corresponding servers with the date and time. The log is divided into pages, using the “forward” and “back” buttons it is possible to go from page to page, or enter the number of the desired page. 
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 +Log entries are highlighted ​in color depending on the type of message. Normal system messages are marked in whitesystem status messages (on / off, user connection) are green, warnings are yellow, errors are red. 
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 +In the upper right corner of the log is a search bar. And the ability to select the period for displaying the event log. By default, the log displays events for the current date. If necessary, you can save the log data to a file by clicking the “Export” button or delete the log data for a certain period by clicking the “Delete logs” button.
  
-====Log==== 
  
-Displays a list of all system messages of this module with date and timestamp. The log is divided into pages. “Forward” and “Back” buttons allow to move between pages. Alternatively you can type in the page number you need. Items in the log are marked by color depending on the type of a message. Normal system messages are marked white, state transfer information,​ such as startup and shutdown, user connection are marked green, warnings are yellow and errors are red. Upper right corner of the module contains search field and period selection tool. By default the log show entries for the current date. If necessary the log contents can be saved into a file using “Export” button. Also all or some entries can be deleted with “Delete logs” button, which will first open a dialogue to specify time range of deletion. ​ 
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