Real Time in secondsreal-time in seconds
1970-01-01 01:02:03. 123456 This is the date and time of the package's entry. Daytime: 01:02:03. 123456 The exact time of the date on which the package was entered. The seconds since recording started: 124456 The time in relation to the beginning of the record or the first "time reference" before this package (see Section 6.12. 1, "Packet Time Reference").
Second since the last recorded packet: 123456 The time related to the previously acquired package. Second since the last package displayed: 123456 The time related to the previously indicated package. Second since era (01.01.1970): 1234567890. 1,3456 The time in relation to the period (midnight ETC of 1 January 1970). Accuracies available (aka. the number of digits after the comma displayed) are:
Auto The time stamp accuracy of the uploaded captured data is used ( standard ). Seconds, Deciseconds, Centiseconds, Milliseconds, Microseconds or Nanoseconds The time stamp accuracy is set to the specified state. When you have a time stamp and it is shown with "Seconds Since Previous Packet", the value can be 1.123456.
It is indicated by the option "Automatic" for Libbpcap data (microseconds). When you use seconds, it would just display 1 and when you use nanoseconds, it would display 1.123456000. Users can specify time credentials for packages. Timing referencing is the basis for all following package timing computations.
This is useful if you want to see the time value related to a specific package, e.g. the launch of a new query. It is possible to specify more than one time reference in the captured image. Temporary reference files are not stored indefinitely and are deleted when the recording is closed.
The time reference is only useful if the time indication mode is selected to "seconds since recording began". When one of the other time indication types is used, time reference has no effect (and makes no sense). In order to work with time reference, select one of the menus or from the pop-up menus in the "Package list" area.
Toggle time frame set Turns the time frame status of the currently package on or off. Next search Next time you refer to a package, search in the Package List area. Finds the previous time-related package in the "Package list" area. Time-related packages are flagged with the character *REF* in the Time columns (see package number 10).
The following packages show the time since the last time ref.