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timer

system timer—Configure the DNS cache timeout value.

vManage Feature Template

For all Viptela devices:

Configuration ► Templates ► System

Command Hierarchy

system
  timer
    dns-cache-timeout minutes

Options

Timeout for vBond DNS Cache
dns-cache-timeout minutes
When to time out the vBond orchestrator addresses that have been cached by the local device.
Range: 1 through 30 minutes
Default: 2 minutes

Example

Change the DNS cache timeout to 15 minutes:

vEdge(config)# system timer dns-cache-timeout 15
vEdge(config)# commit and-quit
vEdge# show local control-propertiesvm1# show control local-properties 
organization-name            Viptela Inc
certificate-status           Installed
root-ca-chain-status         Installed

certificate-validity         Not Applicable
certificate-not-valid-before Not Applicable
certificate-not-valid-after  Not Applicable

dns-name                     10.1.14.14
site-id                      100
domain-id                    1
protocol                     dtls
tls-port                     0
system-ip                    172.16.255.11
chassis-num/unique-id        b9a28025-5954-456b-9028-9d74d3ed4e2a
serial-num                   NOT-A-HARDWARE
keygen-interval              1:00:00:00
register-interval            0:00:00:30
retry-interval               0:00:00:17
no-activity-exp-interval     0:00:00:12
dns-cache-ttl                0:00:15:00
port-hopped                  TRUE
time-since-last-port-hop     0:02:44:55
number-vbond-peers           0
number-active-wan-interfaces 1
...

Release Information

Command introduced in Viptela Software Release 15.2.​
Default timeout changed from 30 minutes to 2 minutes in Release 15.4.4.

Additional Information

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