NTP stand for Network Time Protocol. It is a protocol for synchronizing clocks of remote hosts and computers over the internet or internal network. NTP is based on UDP port 123 (non-reliable IP protocol). It is designed to resist time latency.
ActiveSocket can be well integrated into HTML environments. This document describes how ActiveSocket can be integrated into HTML projects.
When using HTML, there are two ways to install the ActiveSocket Toolkit on a client PC:
You can install the ActiveSocket Toolkit automatically using the following HTML code on top of the HTML page:
<head> <object id="objSocket" codeBase="http://www.activexperts.com/files/network-component/asocket.dll" height="30" width="200" classid="CLSID:916C28A2-8314-4AA5-9E25-18E5DEFBE2A3" viewastext></object> </head>
The ActiveSocket Toolkit will be installated automatically. The user will be asked to confirm the installation, because the DLL is coming from an untrusted site (www.activexperts.com). There are two ways to avoid prompting:
On each client PC, download the ActiveSocket Toolkit from the ActiveXperts Download Site and start the installation. The installation guides you through the installation process.
var objNtp; objNtp = new ActiveXObject ( "ActiveXperts.Ntp" );
There are NTP samples included with the product. You can also find them on the ActiveXperts FTP site: ftp.activexperts-labs.com/samples/asocket