TIMESTAMPS how to interpret -- HELP

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Mar 14th, 2007
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Trying to figure out the parameters of the timestamps that are displayed from the "show mac address-table notification command on a 3560-48 running 12.25. We cant make sense of the timestamp and how it relates to actual time. Thanks in advance. Example below , what is 292791393 ?

taken from "show mac address-table notification "

MAC Changed Message :

Operation: Added Vlan: 149 MAC Addr: 0019.e300.c5cc Dot1dBasePort: 46

History Index 0, Entry Timestamp 292791393, Despatch Timestamp 0

Correct Answer by Joe Clarke about 10 years 4 months ago

This is the value of sysUpTime on the switch when the entry was recorded. sysUpTime is a 32-bit integer that counts the number of hundredths of a second the device has currently been running. So, after the device had been booted for about 4.8 weeks, that MAC was added.

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Joe Clarke Wed, 03/14/2007 - 12:11
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This is the value of sysUpTime on the switch when the entry was recorded. sysUpTime is a 32-bit integer that counts the number of hundredths of a second the device has currently been running. So, after the device had been booted for about 4.8 weeks, that MAC was added.

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