Sustaining Phase—On 11/26/08, the Global Time Zone - Daylight
Saving Time (GTZ/DST) program entered its Sustaining phase, resulting
in reduced activity on this program.
The email alias firstname.lastname@example.org
and this Daylight Saving Time (DST) Changes website
are available for ongoing communication.
Pakistan introduces Daylight Saving Time (DST) on June 1, 2008—Beginning on June 1, 2008, Pakistan observes Daylight Saving Time (DST)
for at least 90 days. Pakistan’s federal cabinet announced a new
conservation plan to reduce load-shedding, approving the closure of
commercial centers at 9 pm and moving clocks forward by one hour from
June 1, 2008 through October 31, 2008. These changes might affect basic
operations of many Cisco products. The workaround for Pakistan is to
use a Greenwich Mean Time time zone that includes Almaty or Dhaka (GMT+6).
Morocco introduces Daylight Saving Time (DST) on June 1, 2008—In 2008 only, Morocco begins Daylight Saving Time (DST) on June
1, 2008 and ends on September 27, 2008. These changes might affect basic
operations of many Cisco products. The workaround for Morocco is to
use the Greenwich Mean Time (GMT) time zone that includes Dublin, Edinburgh,
Brazil, Chile, and Guatemala to implement DST changes soon.
Cisco is evaluating the impact to the Cisco product lines and will publish
solutions and workarounds as soon as possible. Check back frequently