Normally, after the setup is finished, F-Secure SENSE shows the
current time on its display. It keeps time by synchronizing the clock regularly
with the time server. When the SENSE router is turned on, the clock may
initially be out of sync.
The reason for this is that the device does not have a battery backup
for keeping the time when the device is turned off. SENSE will automatically
update and adjust the time as soon as it connects to the Internet.
If the SENSE clock appears to be off permanently by a specific amount
of time even if it is connected to the Internet, it is possible that the time
zone configuration is incorrect. SENSE gets the time zone configuration from
the device used during the setup. It is not yet possible to adjust it from the
application after the setup but this feature is on our list of forthcoming
improvements and will be available as an update.
To fix the issue:
Make sure that the device that you use for the setup is set to
the correct time zone and that it shows the correct time.
Reset both the SENSE device and the SENSE application, and run
the setup again.
Note: You can use the same SSID and password when setting up SENSE
again to have all your devices automatically re-connect to the network.