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The show monitor command displays current network monitoring data, when network monitoring for DNS is turned on. This command also provides information on the average latency of authoritative and non-authoritative replies to DNS queries. Latency is the time it takes for a packet to cross a network connection, from sender to receiver.


Note: You must turn on network monitoring for DNS to view this data. For more information, see set monitor dns.


Syntax

show monitor

This command has no arguments.

Examples

The following example for Network Monitoring for DNS shows information on the interval times in minutes, the latency (in milliseconds), and the number of queries.

Viewing network monitoring for DNS data

Infoblox > show monitor
Network Monitoring for DNS is ON
Data last updated: Tue Sep 12 19:05:51 2006
Authoritative        Interval (min)       Latency (usec)      Number of queries

                         1                      2                   3
                         5                      3                   20
                         15                     3                   65
                         60                     3                   300

Non Authoritative    Interval (min)       Latency (usec)      Number of queries

                         1                      2                   2
                         5                      3                  10
                         15                     3                  55
                         60                     3                 150


When network monitoring for DNS is off

Infoblox > show monitor
Network Monitoring for DNS is OFF

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