60-Day Money-Back Guarantee
Sonoma provides an accurate, reliable and secure source of network time inside your firewall. It supports hundreds of thousands of clients with the Network Time Protocol (NTP) or Simple Network Time Protocol (SNTP). Sonoma is supported with a money-back guarantee, a three-year warranty and free technical support for life.
- Two 10/100/1000 Base-T Ethernet ports.
- Fast 7,500 NTP packets/second with high-accuracy timestamps.
- Supports hundreds of thousands of network clients.
- NTP, SNTP, HTTPS, SNMP, SSH, SCP, MD5, TELNET, FTP, DHCP and more.
- A simple CLI is available for status & control. Linux root access also available.
- Network-Security Hardened and IPv4 / IPv6 compliant.
- Reliable MTBF up to 31 years.
- Free Technical Support for Life.
- Options: Oscillator Upgrades, Dual Power Supplies, PTP/IEEE-1588 Grandmaster, 1PPS, -48VDC and more.
Sonoma D12 vs. Sonoma N12
What's the difference between the Sonoma D12 and the Sonoma N12? The only difference is that the D12 has a front-panel keypad/display, the N12 does not. Initial configuration of a static IP address is easier with the D12 because you can use either DHCP or the keypad/display. With Sonoma N12 you must use DHCP.
Extra care has been taken with the Sonoma to "harden" it against network attacks. There are only a small handful of settings that need to be made and they typically need to be set only once in the lifetime of the product. Since this is a set-it-and-forget-it box we have eliminated all extraneous protocols/services in order to minimize exposure to security holes. You can change critical settings using SSH or Telnet and monitor the alarm/status information by using HTTPS, SNMP, SSH or Telnet. Security-conscious users can disable any of the risky protocols or restrict access to specific hosts. For details read Security Best Practices.
Free Technical Support for Life
Our experienced technicians can provide you excellent technical support, by phone or email, for as long as you own an EndRun product. No support contract required.
For more details read about the Sonoma Network Time Server.