Hi Brad,

On Jul 23,  8:17am, Brad Vonarx - AAPTN VicOne wrote:
> Subject: (RADIATOR) NAS' in Multiple Timezones, AAA in One ?
>
> Has anybody dealt with this issue ? I have Access Servers Australia wide,
> however Radiator servers in Melb and Syd only.....I need to display the
> time the caller connected locally not the Radiator local time. Then the
> issue gets more complicated during daylight savings time, any Ideas ?

The Unix times that Radiator logs are always in GMT, so showing the _users_
local time for the connection will require:
1. That you know the time zome the user dialled from
2. You convert the GMT time to the local time using 1 above.

Radiator wont do either of those for you.

Cheers



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