NTP is widely used to synchronise the time on computers on the internet. NTP provides the ability to access time services, organise the time synchronisation subnet and adjust the local clock in each participating subnet computer. Typically, NTP provides accuracies of between 1 and 50 milliseconds depending on the time source and network paths. Network Time Protocol can be utilised to synchronise the time on computers across a network.
A time server is utilised to obtain the correct time from a time source and adjust the local time in each participating computer. With Galleon, NTP (Network Time Protocol) traffic is kept within the firewall, minimizing security risks to your network from outside sources. By automating the setting of accurate, synchronised time for all of your network system components, Galleon can save you time and money. A proven, system-independent solution for global time synchronisation, Galleon offers reliability and certainty.
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