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Discussion in 'Routing & Switching' started by kammodo, Apr 2, 2009.

  1. kammodo

    kammodo Nibble Poster

    Ok, i came accross this one today. A customers router was reloaded (cisco) and as you know the syslog sets a default time if logging has been enabled. It puts an astrix before the date and time, letting you know that this is not the real date and time. After it syncs with its NTP server or if you put in the time manually then, syslog messages return to normal. However today I came accross an output where a decimal point was prefixed to the Date for example .Mar 28 My collegue I was with, had not seen this before. I tried to google it, but no luck. Has anyone come accross this before or know what the decimal point indicates? Its no big deal I'm just curious :eek:
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