Network Time System (Server) is part of the Network Time System package used for setting up and running a dedicated time server on the company network.
The application is capable of time synchronization with external NTP/SNTP sources (public time servers or local trusted time sources such as GPS, clock cards etc.).
Moreover, it can host the time received from an external time source for Windows workstations, any NTP/SNTP compatible devices and non-Windows clients.
- Hosting NTP/SNTP protocol
This allows you to synchronize time on various hardware such as routers, switches, IP cameras and computers running operating systems different from Windows.
- Hosting its own time protocol
NTSv2, our proprietary time protocol, comes with the following enhanced functionality:
- 256-bit AES encryption
- Network-wide licensing management
- Client settings distribution
- UDP broadcasting support
- Time adjustment options
The time Network Time System (Server) receives from an external time source can be customized in a few ways, including converting to the local time and applying a custom offset.
- Supporting multiple time sources
Configuring several external time sources helps you ensure a dependable system of precise time.
All major events relating to both the internal time server and external time sources are logged to the Application Event Log and separate text files.