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Cb Response: What is the difference between 'Last Checkin' and 'Next Expected Checkin' estimated values?

Cb Response: What is the difference between 'Last Checkin' and 'Next Expected Checkin' estimated values?

Environment

  • Cb Response Console: All Versions

Question

What is the difference between the Last Checkin and the Next Expected Checkin estimated values?

Answer

  • These values are explained in the User Guide available on the User Exchange: 
    • Last Checkin value: The date and time (GMT) of the last time the sensor checked into the Cb Response server. 
      Also, provides a time estimate of when the next checkin was expected (for example, 4 months ago for an offline sensor) 
    • Next Expected Checkin value: The date and time (GMT) of the next time the sensor is expected to check into the Cb Response server. Also,provides a time estimate of either when the next checkin is expected (for example, 21 seconds) or when the last checkin was expected (for example, for an offline sensor, about 4 months ago). 

Additional Notes

  • These are estimated values, so they are not necessarily going to be accurate.
  • Only the 'Last Checkin' value is based on a real event and is timestamped to match.

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