CUE timezone and daylight savings time

Hi,
Having issue where CUEs don't seem to be adjusting for daylight savings time. Timezone is set correct to EST but is a hour off because its daylight savings time now. The router and CUE are configured to use same NTP server and router has summertime setting and adjusts for DST fine and has correct time but CUE is a hour behind, like it is not doing DST.
Were on version 2.2(2) of CUE software.
This is also in indiana where the laws changed recently so maybe that has something to do with this.
Any ideas?

Very likely due to the change in Indiana. A workaround would be to change the timezone to an EST zone that observes DST such as America/Louisville (Eastern Time - Kentucky - Louisville Area).
Hope this helps.
Brandon

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