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API - Returns a different timezone

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API - Returns a different timezone

Hi there ,

 

I'm currently using the API call : 

 

GET /networks/{networkId}/devices/{serial}/lossAndLatencyHistory

 and the return is something like : 

 

{
"startTs": "2019-04-07T02:54:00Z",
"endTs": "2019-04-07T02:55:00Z",
"lossPercent": 0,
"latencyMs": 13.5
}

 

although my timezone is curently configured as UTC -4 ( Montreal , Canada ). I know I could easly modify the output in python. But any idea why the output is UTC 0 instead of UTC -4. Can anyone test it and confirm that ''issue''.

 

Thanks a lot 

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Re: API - Returns a different timezone

It's probably by design to avoid confusion.

 

The Z in the time tells you the returned time is in Zulu time aka UTC.

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