Note: Doing the firmware upgrade without “Keep settings” option ON will wipe out all existing configurations, and device might lose remote connectivity. Therefore, it is advisable to perform the firmware upgrade when the device is physically accessible to you or if you can ensure remote access through RMS or SMS Utilities as backup access.
Second, after upgrading the firmware to the latest, please ensure that the NTP server is properly configured in the device as well.
/system/admin/profiles/config “CREATED / UPDATED “Please keep in mind that the default profile time does make changes whenever you have a configuration on the profile, such as creating a new profile or backing up the default configuration”
Regarding you case actually, there is no issue with the devices that you have indicated; it is only another matter of how it should work. as every feature having different matter state meaning that every feature having a different format that it might be 1/6/2024, 6:15:10 PM ” or “Fri Dec 29 20:30:24 2023 ” depends on the feature.
If you wish to proceed with the timestamps and dates in the format you desire, that will require a Custom Development project. In that case, I would like to advise that you contact one of our sales managers via the link below to move forward with the Custom development method.
Regarding the time zone, the timing is correct, as I tested it from my end as well.
I’ve created a suggestion for our RnD team to unify the date representation across all UI elements, however, it should be noted that such suggestion may take some time to implement across all services, thus I currently cannot provide a timeline for the implementation.
Thank you for making a suggestion!
And just to clarify, time in the WebUI is represented according to the locale settings of your browser. For example, in Chrome running on Windows, you can navigate to Settings → Language → Set the main language to your local (or any other that uses yyyy-mm-dd hh:mm:ss format) and in most locations of the WebUI time will be represented in 24-hour format:
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the WebUI is represented according to the locale settings of your browser. For example, in Chrome running on Windows, you can navigate to Settings → Language → Set the main language to your local [/quote]
Unfortunatelly is a horrible dark pattern to assume that the user’s desired locale (how to present dates, time, numbers etc) is given by the selected language, keyboard layout or other irrelevant factor.
I’m from Sweden.
I live in Sweden.
I always set the locale to Swedish with
ISO 8601 formats for date and time
comma as decimal marker
space as thousands separator
… but when it comes to software, operating systems and such I always use English.
If you want to make any assumptions then add a setting to the WebUI where the locale preference can be set and make it the primary assumption that the stated preference is the locale to use.