When you add the DNS name to the content rule, you may also enter an optional Time to Live (TTL) value in seconds. This value specifies how long the DNS client remembers the IP address response to the query. Enter a value from 0 to 255. The default is 0.
Note You must configure the TTL when you add the DNS name to the content rule. To add a TTL to an existing rule, use the remove dns command to remove the dns name. Then use the add dns command to reconfigure the DNS name with a TTL value.
(config-owner-content[arrowpoint.com-rule1])# add dns
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