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What does it indicate if the timestamp in the HEADER section of a syslog message is preceded by a period or asterisk symbol?

  • There is a problem associated with NTP.
  • The timestamp represents the round trip duration value.
  • The syslog message should be treated with high priority.
  • The syslog message indicates the time an email is received.
Answers Explanation & Hints:

The HEADER section of the message contains the timestamp. If the timestamp is preceded by the period (.) or asterisk (*) symbols, a problem is indicated with NTP.

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CyberOps Associate 1.02 & CA v1.0 Modules 24 – 25: Protocols and Log Files Group Exam Answers Full 100%

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