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get_network_clients in usage what is the unit of sent and recv

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get_network_clients in usage what is the unit of sent and recv

Example Response (as JSON)
{
"usage": {
"sent": 138.0,
"recv": 61.0
},
"id": "k74272e",
"description": "Miles's phone",
"mac": "00:11:22:33:44:55",
"ip": "1.2.3.4",
"user": "milesmeraki",
"vlan": 255,
"switchport": null,
"ip6": "",
"firstSeen": 1518365681,
"lastSeen": 1526087474,
"manufacturer": "Apple",
"os": "iOS"
}
 
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Re: get_network_clients in usage what is the unit of sent and recv

I just checked and tested this. I can confirm that the values are Kilobytes.

 

I will pass on the feedback to the team to update the documentation.

 

Thanks,

John

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Re: get_network_clients in usage what is the unit of sent and recv

It doesn't specify in that API Endpoint but in "Get Network Client Usage History" it says usage data is in kilobytes. I would say it would be the same for this endpoint.

 

https://developer.cisco.com/meraki/api/#/python/api-endpoints/clients/get-network-client-usage-histo...

 

Meraki Employee

Re: get_network_clients in usage what is the unit of sent and recv

I just checked and tested this. I can confirm that the values are Kilobytes.

 

I will pass on the feedback to the team to update the documentation.

 

Thanks,

John

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