[ntp:questions] Can we write NTP server using c#

rajeshkankran at gmail.com rajeshkankran at gmail.com
Mon Jun 2 10:05:59 UTC 2008

On May 31, 2:38 pm, David Woolley
<da... at ex.djwhome.demon.co.uk.invalid> wrote:
> Danny Mayer wrote:
> > Maarten Wiltink wrote:
> >   In that sense, an NTP server would be a server that,
> >> on request, will dish out time neatly wrapped in NTP packets.
> >> An NTP client would be a process that makes requests to a remote
> >> server and acts on the received information locally. A perfect
> >> fit, as I see it.
> > That is known as an SNTP client, not a NTP client.
> Not if it implements the full set of clock selection algorithms from
> NTP.  It can be an NTP V3 client without even implementing the normal
> clock combining and discipline algorithms, as those are in non-normative
> appendixes.
> I doubt if the implementation here is NTP compliant, but such an
> implementation is possible.


What is the basic difference in NTP and SNTP implementation...

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