Протоколы Internet


Сетевой протокол времени NTP - часть 51


Временная шкала NTP базируется на шкале UTC, но необязательно всегда совпадает с ней. В 0 часов 1 января 1972 начинается эра UTC, часы NTP были установлены на 2,272,060,800 стандартных секунд после 0 часов 1 января 1900.

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