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Hello,

Before upgrading my RUT955 firmware, I ran the command gpsctl -e in CLI and the time was incorrect (2 hours behind). Then I upgraded firmware to the 06.05.3 version and then the time was correct. Then I upgraded it again to he 06.06.1 version and then the time when I ran "date" command in CLI was correct but the time after running the "gpsctl -e" command was incorrect. I also synced the time with gps and was still incorrect. Any help would be appreciated.

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Hello,

gpsctl -e reports time that is received from satellites (In UTC) and does not do any further conversion to your specified time format in NTP settings. Date command however shows converted time in accordance to your currently selected time zone.