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Network Time ProtocolThe Network Time Protocol is used to keep a computer's clock synchronized with a set of time servers distributed over a network, each with varying accuracy and reliability. Networking and Information Security maintains the following four public NTP time servers.
For systems which only allow one server to be specified, the name `time.tamu.edu' should be used. This name should only be used in conjunction with DNS.
For Unix clients, there is a sample ntp.conf file located here.
Last Modified: October 14, 2011