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ECMS Practice Question - Jan 22nd

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RafaelM
Meraki Employee

ECMS Practice Question - Jan 22nd

ECMS Question

 

What kind of logs are always stored in the UTC time zone inside the Meraki Dashboard?

 

  1. Event log
  2. Change log
  3. Video access log
  4. SM activity log
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RafaelM
Meraki Employee

Re: ECMS Practice Question - Jan 22nd

The correct answer is: b! The Change log! only one change log available per organization, so the timestamps are always in UTC!

 

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PhilipDAth
Kind of a big deal

Re: ECMS Practice Question - Jan 22nd

That's a toughy.   I guessed wrong.

CptnCrnch
Kind of a big deal

Re: ECMS Practice Question - Jan 22nd

Yeah, that‘s a really good one. I missed too.

JonnyWinter
Here to help

Re: ECMS Practice Question - Jan 22nd

Hey Raf, 

 

I believe it's the Video Access Log due to it having the ability to be accessed by people outside of the dashboard and Meraki not being able to timestamp them due to a series of unknowns - hence always UTC. A person could be accessing them from any time zone via the share link.

 

Jonny. 

KarstenI
Head in the Cloud

Re: ECMS Practice Question - Jan 22nd

I also really don't know. But if this would be a real exam I would approach it the following way:

 

Spoiler

- One of them (b) is organisation-based and a clear candidate for UTC.

- Two of them (a and c) are for events that are local to a network and the network has it's own timezone.

- One (d) is a log that is based on a Meraki network but he events can relate to any timezone because the devices are roaming, This would also be a candidate for UTC.

 

With (a) and (c) ruled out there it is 50:50 chance and my guess (based on what is more likely) would go to (b).

 

Kamome
Getting noticed

Re: ECMS Practice Question - Jan 22nd

I think I saw UTC in some area.

 

Spoiler
b. Change log.

As far as I remember, I have to calculate device add/remove time to my local timezone.
cmr
Kind of a big deal
Kind of a big deal

Re: ECMS Practice Question - Jan 22nd

All of them (when you live in the UK) 😎

RafaelM
Meraki Employee

Re: ECMS Practice Question - Jan 22nd

The correct answer is: b! The Change log! only one change log available per organization, so the timestamps are always in UTC!

 

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RaphaelL
Building a reputation

Re: ECMS Practice Question - Jan 22nd

That was an easy one , I'm always having to convert the change logs. 

 

If only we could get something like Cisco ( service timestamps log datetime localtime show-timezone ) 

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