NTP Linux

Galleon's Network Time Protocol (NTP) can be used to help synchronize your Linux system's clock with an accurate time source. It is a good idea to have at least one NTP time server on your network as the local time server for all your other devices. This makes the correlation of system events on different systems much easier.

NTP Linux

Linux NTP works in the same way as other NTP in that it is a network time protocol which is put on to your Linux computer and makes it possible to time synchronise your Linux based Computer. Galleon's range of Linux NTP Products covers everything that is needed in order to time synchronise your Linux based Computer, or computer network.

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