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I'm planning to change the NTP peer to 172.29.100.44, but I'm unable to delete the existing and add new peer NTP peer IP in Nexus switch. Could you please suggest how I can remove the existing configuration.

I have used the following commands to remove the peer, but this has not worked. I've even tried to new peer to over the existing configuration, but this hasn't work either.

no ntp peer 172.29.100.10 use-vrf management.
ntp peer 172.29.100.44 use-vrf management

Here's the current configuration (that I'm trying to delete):

ntp distribute.
ntp peer 172.29.100.10 use-vrf management.

ntp source-interface mgmt0. ntp commit.

My other nexus is working fine, here is its configuration for reference:

ntp peer 172.29.100.10 use-vrf management.
ntp peer 172.29.100.44 use-vrf management.
ntp source-interface  mgmt0.
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Thanks for all views i had indentified and rectified the issue... –  Pandi Durai Dec 19 '12 at 12:20
    
What was the solution? –  booyaa Dec 20 '12 at 9:30
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