The Net Time Server & Client application allows you to synchronize your PC's system clock or all PC's system clock in your LAN using various time server types commonly available on TCP/IP networks, including LAN and Internet, and multiple time protocols are supported. As Client, the protocol currently supported are Network Time Protocol(NTP), Simple Network Time Protocol(SNTP-RFC2030, SNTP-RFC4330), Time protocol(RFC868), and UnixTime protocol. It can be configured to full Time protocol, UnixTime protocol, or SNTP protocol compliance, including client support of unicast, broadcast, and manycast modes. As Server, Net Time Server & Client will itself provide time services to other computers using Simple Network Time Protocol(SNTP-RFC2030, SNTP-RFC4330), Time protocol(RFC868), UnixTime protocol, or DayTime protocol(RFC867). It can be configured to full Time protocol, UnixTime protocol, DayTime protocol, and SNTP protocols compliance, including server support of unicast, broadcast and multicast modes. You can synchronize your Windows, Unix, Linux, FreeBSD, etc system clocks via NTP/SNTP protocol, too. Net Time Server & Client normally runs as a standard 32-bit Windows 95, 98, Me, NT4, 2000, XP, 2003, Vista, Win7, Win8 application. In Windows NT4/2000/XP/2003/Vista/7/8 system, the Net Time Server & Client can work as an system service.
Tags: Clock , Daytime , Internet , Lan , Net , Ntp , Rfc , Server , Sntp , Synchronization