I am investigating the possibility of testing a system which relies on SSL/TLS with a client which, for testing purposes only, has a very different clock time, at least several weeks different from the actual time.
I am aware that if the client's clock is very different from the server, the server might reject the client. Is there any configurable parameter in SSL/TLS which allows the server's acceptable client clock skew to be specified? If so, what is the maximum value of the acceptable clock skew?
A little context. I am working on a software application which is supposed to run for a period of weeks or months. For testing purposes, it would be convenient to start testing at a certain time, and then fast forward through the following weeks and months by changing the client's system clock.