Net Time Server & Client

Version: 3.1.3.2251

Download Size: 3224 KB

Brief Description:

Net Time Server & Client usage example

The Net Time Server & Client application allows you to synchronize your PC's system clock or all PCs' system clock in your LAN using various time server types commonly available on TCP/IP networks, including LAN and Internet. Multiple time protocols are supported, including NTP/SNTP, Time, UnixTime, and DayTime protocols.

As Client, it can be configured to synchronize your system clock to any time server using NTP/SNTP, Time, or UnixTime protocol. It can work as unicast, broadcast, and manycast modes.

As Server, Net Time Server & Client will itself provide time services to other computers using NTP/SNTP, Time, UnixTime, and DayTime protocol. It can work as 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, Windows 98, Windows Me, Windows NT, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows 2003, Windows Vista, and Windows 7 application. In Windows NT/2000/XP/2003/Vista/7 system, it can work as an NT service. You can monitor the status of the service and control it.

The Net Time Server & Client also supports automatic Dial-Up Networking connection, automatic shutdown and more. Attractive interface and very reasonably priced. It is a simple yet powerful time synchronization solution for your business or for your personal needs in a networking environment or on a single machine.

Please read the Net Time Server & Client User Manual.

Features

  • Multiple time protocols are supported, including NTP/SNTP, Time, UnixTime, and DayTime, the latest SNTP (RFC-4330) is supported too.
  • In client, a time servers queue is supported.
  • Flexible synchronization time are specified to synchrinize automatically, including manual and periodical operating modes.
  • Ability to synchronize after the system clock is changed, the dial-up network connection is opened, system starts, etc.
  • It is able to work as a time server so you can synchronize any computer's clock to your PC in your LAN or Internet (only full license or site license).
  • You can synchronize the Windows, Unix, Linux, FreeBSD, etc. system clock to your PC in your LAN or Internet.
  • It can work on unicast and multicast modes.
  • You can monitor the status of server and client, and save to a log file.
  • It can work as a service, you can start it without being properly logged into your computer (only site license).
  • Ability to automatic open dial-up networking connection.
  • Hides in the system tray and does not require any desktop space.
  • System tray popup menu for easy access to main functions.