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MX NTP Server v1.0

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Submitted on: 1/1/2015 7:02:00 PM
By: Jeremiah Clark (from psc cd)  
Level: Advanced
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Compatibility: C#
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     MXNTPServer is a Windows Service that serves client requests for NTP (Network Time Protocol) updates. This version conforms to NTP v3 (RFC 1305). The server listens on UDP Port 123 for requests and parses the raw data, creates a response structure, creates the raw data response, and then responds to the client. This service also logs server events to a text file. I created a class library that represents the NTP v3 Data Structure just to add a little OO into the code and to help with memory management. I still have a lot of ideas for making this better, but this is only the first version. To use this time server effectively, you need to have a NTP Client application to sync the time with. There are many freeware ones on the net, just go to google and look for NTP Client for Windows.
 
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