Thursday, October 6, 2011

C/C++ Cproject : Network Time manager

Network Time Manager
Version 1.0.0

This introductory chapter provides an overview Network Time Manager (NTM), along with the hardware, software required for using it and the platforms on which it is supported.

About Network Time Manager:
This utility is used to get the time on the remote machine and also to modify the time on the remote machine. It is a tool for querying the current time from a network server. it uses the Time Protocol. It connects to an RFC 868 time server over a TCP/IP network, printing the returned time and/or setting the system clock.

Network Time Manager Supported Platforms
Red Hat Enterprise Linux any version
Ubuntu Desktop Editions any version
Windows Server 2003/ XP/ Vista/ 7

Note: The NTM supported platforms has no limit, all the required dependencies are shipped with the Network Time Manager. The platforms mentioned above are tested for this current release, and later with the new release they can be increased.

Network Time Manager Software Details
  1. NTM is written and developed using C.
  2. Is is compiled under Linux using gcc compiler.
  3. Under windows it is build using Visual Studio 2005.
Network Time Manager Hardware requirement
NTM has a very less requirement. Under Linux it can run with any lowest combination. Under windows it can run with a minimum that Windows function properly.

Network Time Manager Features
A Sample run is shown below. This is the help page design to see all the various tasks that this utility can do.

Benefits of using Network Time Manager
1. This utility is socket based application. Which can add the  IPC concept to your project.
2. It is using Network protocol to work on.
3. NTM is written in ANSI C standards.

Network Time Manager Contact Support
You can reach for on demand demo and other related esquires @


  1. thanks Saurabh,

    this utility is great and works fine in Solaris box.

    Just need to going to use in AIX box now.

  2. Hi Saurabh,

    It worked great as expected.
    Thanks for your effort and time.


  3. Thanks, Susheel and Jyoti.

    Happy to hear that it did what you want.

    --Saurabh Gupta