Average Latency graph
This graph shows the average recorded time required for a packet of data to travel from the indicated source point to the required destination, measured in milliseconds in the last 60 seconds.
|Purpose||Helps you evaluate the time required for a packet of data to travel over the network.|
|X-axis||Elapsed time since the start of the run.|
|Y-axis||The average latency—the time in milliseconds required for a packet of data to reach its destination, per 60 second intervals.|
|Note||You cannot change the granularity of the x-axis to a value that is less than the web granularity you defined in the General tab of the Options dialog box.|
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To view information for a specific location:
If you enabled Network Virtualization per load generator (and not per group), the graph shows the measurements per load generator, as shown in the Packet Loss graph.
Example - Network Virtualization Per Group
In the following example, you can see that the latency for the USA group reached its peak at nearly 4 minutes into the scenario run, while the Ukraine group remained fairly constant at approximately 14 msec.