NTP Project Network

Detection Information

The following page provides details on IP networks and domains used by NTP Project. You can use this information to manage or block NTP Project apps, web access and more.


NTP Project - Logo

The Network Time Protocol (NTP) is used to synchronize the time of a computer client or server to another server or reference time source, such as a radio or satellite receiver or modem.



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Primary Domains

  • ntp.org
  • ntp.org.cn
  • pool.ntp.org

Protocols and Port Statistics

Protocol Port Flow Percent
Network Time Protocol UDP 123 100%
HTTPS TCP 443 < 1%
SSL TCP 8080 < 1%

Networks and IPs

Detected Networks

IP Shared
and 1877 more

Cloud Hosting Networks

IP Cloud Host Shared Logo Alibaba Cloud Logo Amazon AWS Logo Hetzner Logo Microsoft Azure Logo OVHcloud
and 530 more

Content Delivery Networks - CDNs

IP CDN Shared - Logo CloudFlare - Logo CloudFlare - Logo Fastly
Summary # of IPs
Logo Fastly 1
Logo CloudFlare 2

Data Feed API

The data shown here is also available via our Netify Informatics API. Please contact us for subscription details.

"data": {
    "tag": "netify.twitter",
    "label": "Twitter",
    "shared_ip_detected": true,
    "category": {
        "id": 24,
        "tag": "social-media",
        "label": "Social Media"
    "network_list": [
            "network": "",
            "version": "ipv4",
            "detection_type": "ai",
            "shared": false,
            "platform": {
                "id": 1002,
                "tag": "akamai",
                "label": "Akamai",
                "category": {
                    "id": 2,
                    "tag": "cdn",
                    "label": "CDN"

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