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get_organization_uplinks_loss_and_latency how to get past 12 hours data

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get_organization_uplinks_loss_and_latency how to get past 12 hours data

for get_organization_uplinks_loss_and_latency  what values can be used for t0,t1 or Timestamp to get the past 12 hour data 
 
 
t0
The beginning of the timespan for the data. The maximum lookback period is 365 days from today.
 
1
t1
The end of the timespan for the data. t1 can be a maximum of 5 minutes after t0. The latest possible time that t1 can be is 2 minutes into the past.
 
2
timespan
The timespan for which the information will be fetched. If specifying timespan, do not specify parameters t0 and t1. The value must be in seconds and be less than or equal to 5 minutes. The default is 5 minutes.
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Re: get_organization_uplinks_loss_and_latency how to get past 12 hours data

Hey @Farrukh , there values for t0 and t1 need to be actual dates and times specified in Epoch time.

 

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Unix_time

 

t2 is just the desired number of seconds.

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Re: get_organization_uplinks_loss_and_latency how to get past 12 hours data

thanks

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