Date of the
message generation, according to the local clock of the originating Cisco ISE
server, in the format YYYY Mmm DD hh:mm:ss.
- YYYY = Numeric representation
of the year.
- Mmm = Representation of the
month—Jan, Feb, Mar, Apr, May, Jun, Jul, Aug, Sep, Oct, Nov, Dec.
- DD = Numeric representation
of the day of the month. For single-digit days (1 to 9), a space precedes the
- hh = The hour of the day—00
- mm = The minute of the
hour—00 to 59.
- ss = The second of the
minute—00 to 59.
send messages that specify a time zone in the format -/+hhmm, where - and +
identifies the directional offset from the Cisco ISE server’s time zone, hh is
the number of offset hours, and mm is the number of minutes of the offset hour.
For example, +02:00 indicates that the message occurred at the time indicated
by the time stamp, and on a Cisco ISE node that is two hours ahead of the Cisco
ISE server’s time zone.