a 13.1.1 code is a LAN "disconnected" code.
You can view the time period of the "disconnect" here:
The "system time" is in "UTC" format so you will need to apply an "offset" so that you can adjust it your local time.
here is how:
Network UTC time to local:
There are many times when dealing with a Hughesnet issue that the time of an occurrence is important.
There are several places in the Modem SCC such as the State Code Monitor, Hourly Diagnostic display and the Event & Restart Log files that contain valuable information but is time stamped in UTC rather than the more familiar EST or EDT.
UTC is 24-hour time, which begins at 0:00 at Midnight, 12:00 is Noon, 13:00 is 1 p.m., 14:00 is 2 p.m, and so until 23:59 which is 11:59 p.m.
UTC is based on 0 degrees longitude and we as Hughes users are concerned with Eastern, Central, Mountain or Pacific time zones so a correction "offset" needs to be applied.
The size of that "offset" is dependent upon two things. First what Time Zone is "Local" for us and second is Daylight Savings Time being observed locally.
EST = Eastern Standard Time (UTC - 5 hours)
CST = Central Standard Time (UTC - 6 hours)
MST = Mountain Standard Time (UTC - 7 hours)
PST = Pacific Standard Time (UTC - 8 hours)
EDT = Eastern Daylight Time (UTC - 4 hours)
CDT = Central Daylight Time (UTC - 5 hours)
MDT = Mountain Daylight Time (UTC - 6 hours)
PDT = Pacific Daylight Time (UTC - 7 hours)
The hours that the LAN cable is disconnected (13.1.1 error code) will be shown in the LAN category I have boxed in red near the bottom.
That "display" is a rolling 24 hr display.
What do you find so complex about a red check (or lack of) in a box ?
I'm also sure that both the FCC and FTC are aware of the concepts of time zones not only in the continental US but world wide.
Certainly you can grasp the fact that when it is 12 noon and the sun is directly over your head, it can't also be 12 noon in say .... Moscow, half a world a way.