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I am troubleshooting a slow performance issue and I think the DNS resolution may be the cause. But I need to prove that. I am just wondering if I can use Wireshark to get the latency for the DNS resolution. I have a internal DNS server that does the name resolution. My knowledge is very limited on DNS and server but I appreciate any tips I can get to get me going. Thank you very much in advance.

asked 09 Feb '15, 15:53

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You can find the delta between dns request and response in the field dns.time, see screenshot.

http://i.imgur.com/0iAMyfw.png

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Kurt

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answered 09 Feb '15, 16:01

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