Vb Sntp Winsock Solution Tips

Vb Sntp Winsock Solution Tips

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    If you have vb sntp winsock installed on your PC, I hope this blog post can help you fix it.

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    1. November 7, 2008 4:10 pm#1

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      junior employee

      Connect NTP To Server (VB6 Winsock)

      I still have trouble understanding. Experts may say that I don’t know much about UDP, although I managed to create a simple chat program some time ago.
      The only information I could find is that the NTP server is using UDP port 123. What I can’t figure out is how to get all the information from the server when decrypting further).

      I was able to just use the old TIME servers, connect on TCP port thirty-seven and get it back automatically, hint, but I didn’t have that kind of money here.< br>I tried to send or (“check something”) non-linear data, hoping that some data would be sent back to me, but without success.

      :s
      Thanks for reading and hope it helps

    2. November 7, 2008 at 11:34 am.#2

      Re: Connecting To NTP Server On The Way (VB6 Winsock)

      As you can see from http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Network_Time_Protocol, ntp is not just something you can implement as your own simple client request/response exchange. Clients are usually implemented as a service, often as a list of cores, because if you need rich code at that level, your freeware will run at a very high priority.

      The actual mechanism that is being explained can be found in a lot of RFCs (see links from the page I linked to above to help you). This is complex processing as it attempts to detect and correct network delays that have become time-varying.

      You can use SNTP as a starting point if you really want to smooth things over.

      Edit:

      No, there is no “connection” because NTP is a UDP protocol.

      See SNTPClient UserControl for a workaround.

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    Re: Connect To NTP Server (VB6 Winsock)

    Thank you for information. In this regard, shouldn’t there be a quick way to get time information? I found a program that in turn needs to connect to a large NTP time server to update the system clock. Doesn’t this mean that a special message must be sent in order for the server to receive information and facts?
    I know it wouldn’t be easy to do it right, but I’m just trying to return some information almost like a test. I’ve looked all over the websites, this one but couldn’t find anything specific about how the program actually works in terms of connectivity.

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  • November 7, 2008 4:10 pm#1

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    junior employee

    Connect NTP To Server (VB6 Winsock)

    I have trouble understanding this process. Maybe I don’t know muchyu about UDP, although some time ago I managed to write a simple chat program.
    The only information I could find is that our own NTP server is using UDP port 123. What I can’t find is how to look up server information).

    At first, I was able to use retro TIME servers without problems, connect via TCP 37 interface and automatically receive data, but here I had no luck.
    I’ve tried sending random data or testing something and dreamed that some data would come back to me, but to no avail.

    :s
    Thanks for reading and hope it helps

  • November 8, 2008 at 11:34 am.#2

    Re: Connect To NTP Server (VB6 Winsock)

    As you can see from http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Network_Time_Protocol, ntp is not something you can implement as it is a simple request transaction based client/response. Clients are usually treated as a service, often any kernel service, because if you need some timing precision at that level, the code must inrun at very high priority.

    The actual mechanism is explained in a number of RFCs (see more traffic on the page I linked to above to help). This is a difficult process to understand as it aims to detect and correct network delays, which always change over time.

    Maybe read SNTP first if you really want to get involved.

    Edit:

    No, there is practically no “connection”, since NTP is an important UDP protocol.

    See SNTPClient UserControl for an approved solution.

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