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NTP

abbr.
normal temperature and pressure

NTP

abbreviation for
(General Physics) normal temperature and pressure: standard conditions of 0°C temperature and 101.325 kPa (760 mmHg) pressure. Also: STP
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Compatible with any type of server, Alchemy Eye monitors server's work using a variety of protocols and services, including ICMP ping, NT event log, HTTP(s) and FTP URLS, disk space control, NT service state monitoring, Oracle Server, Microsoft SQL Server and any SQL compatible database server monitoring, SMTP, POP3, IMAP, NNTP and TELNET protocols, as well as some others The tool can also perform user-defined monitoring by executing custom VBScript programs or external Windows applications and batch files, as well as analysing program's exit code.
Servers Alive can monitor up to 1,000 hosts/services, including all TCP services such as POP3, SMTP, FTP, NNTP, DNS, and others.
One major advantage to using the NNTP server is that users can access the information using a standard mail-news browser such as Netscape MESSENGER or Outlook EXPRESS.
UNIX developed into a global discussion medium whose content was shared over the Internet using NNTP (Network News Transfer Protocol).
We saw similar results for the following other types of connections: NNTP (Usenet), SMTP (e-mail), HTTP (WWW) from the server to the client, gopher from the server to the client, FTP, and FTP-data (connections opened in an FTP session to transfer files).
In addition the broadband access gateway combines high-speed satellite downlink and terrestrial return channels to facilitate transparent, trouble-free access to the Internet, e-mail FTP and NNTP news.
50 has been obscured by more publicly-known communication protocols between computers, such as http, nntp, smtp, and ftp, none of these standards have been specifically designed for library usage.
NNTP (Network News Transport Protocol) The protocol which newsgroups use.
Two mobile-transparent applications that have been implemented using the Rover Toolkit are Rover NNTP proxy, a USENET reader proxy, and Rover HTTP proxy, a proxy for Web browsers.
Proxies are under development for NNTP, Socks 5, DNS, NFS, IRC, HTTPS, SSH, and Virtual Private Networks (VPNs).