Is there a feature in OpenWrt 19.07 to synchronize time automatically in the browser when the router device is turned off or rebooted, without NTP-client and internet network. maybe there is a script that I can use to get time automatically from the browser without opening the thread and set the synchronization time to the browser
With LuCI, the feature has been there since I started using it.
I mean without opening the luci. my wish at the time the router reboots automatically is the clock in the OpenWrt router is the same as the clock in the browser, and without the internet network
Browser is typically a client program. It's not a service provider. A router cannot actively connect to it to get time service.
my problem is if the clock does not sync wireguard will not automatically connect the internet does not work
Maybe the following thread can be helpful
I have read the link you provided but until now it did not work, I had to manually match the time in the script
Can you share the script?
This works for me on a router without RTC:
So sorry for stupid question (I'm newbee in OpenWRT). But how and where to run it?
Great support! Thank you. Can I copy/paste these commands to a file "test.sh" and run the file in SSH by command "sh test.sh"? Will it be the correct method?
#!/bin/sh # Resolve race conditions cat << "EOF" >> /etc/crontabs/root * * * * * date -s 2030-01-01; /etc/init.d/sysntpd restart EOF uci set system.@system.cronloglevel="9" uci commit system /etc/init.d/cron restart
Connect to your router with SSH and just copy-paste the entire block of code into the terminal.
Ok. Thank you again for quick response. I`ve tried and it looks like this method really works. After shutdown or rebooting of the router, wireguard connects.
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