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What does it mean 'Age' field returns for 'show iparp' in EXOS?


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What does it mean 'Age' field returns for 'show iparp' in EXOS? Is it in hours or days?

VR Destination Mac Age Static VLAN VID PortVR-Default
VR-Default 10.22.16.2 94:b4:0f🇨🇦5d:a8 6 NO GUEST_WIRELESS 12 3:41
VR-Default 10.22.16.28 1c:91:48:6b:d2:11 1 NO GUEST_WIRELESS 12 2:41[/code]

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Userlevel 6
Hi Weda,

"Age" for "show iparp" output indicates the time in minutes that the entry was added to the table.
Userlevel 1
Henrique wrote:

Hi Weda,

"Age" for "show iparp" output indicates the time in minutes that the entry was added to the table.

Thanks for the reply
Henrique wrote:

Hi Weda,

"Age" for "show iparp" output indicates the time in minutes that the entry was added to the table.

Where did you find that? Google did me no good?
Userlevel 6
Henrique wrote:

Hi Weda,

"Age" for "show iparp" output indicates the time in minutes that the entry was added to the table.

I have created a quick lab and used a stopwatch. 🙂

The "Age" counter increments by 1 every exact minute.
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Henrique wrote:

Hi Weda,

"Age" for "show iparp" output indicates the time in minutes that the entry was added to the table.

strange its in minutes and not seconds 😕

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