Joe Clarke Thu, 05/03/2007 - 11:34

The type of operation needs to be voip(13), the protocol should be voipAppl(31). Then you'll want to play with rttMonEchoAdminCalledNumber and rttMonEchoAdminDetectPoint to set the correct options. Your two valid detect points are voipDTAlertRinging(6) and voipDTConnectOK(7). Again, all of your SETs will need to be sent in one request.

As a good demo, follow the guide at to set this up from the CLI, then walk the CISCO-RTTMON-MIB to see what the CLI options turn into for SNMP. That should give you a good head start to configuring this via SNMP.

masur_fox_spr Mon, 05/14/2007 - 03:07

Thanks for your help!

Also I would like to ask about set up the dial peer to route the test call. How can I configure it using snmp and what Mib must i used for it?

masur_fox_spr Mon, 05/14/2007 - 07:27

Or how can i enable VoIP test-call application using snmp(need OID)?

Thanks ahead

masur_fox_spr Mon, 05/14/2007 - 09:40


For setting following objetcts:

call application session start ipsla-testcall ipsla-testcall

configure terminal

dial-peer voice 6789 voip

destination-pattern 6789

session target ipv4:

session protocol sipv2

I need to load current config and add needed command and uplod this.This appoach is not usefull in my case.Maybe you know what oid i must set for this config using one request.

Joe Clarke Mon, 05/14/2007 - 10:02

You do not need to download the device's current configuration first. You can simply add these commands. To TFTP this config from a server into the device's running config, use the startup config example in the documented to which I pointed you, but change the value for ccCopyDestFileType from 3 to 4.

The only commands that should be in your config file are those after "configure terminal". The last line must be "end".

Joe Clarke Mon, 05/14/2007 - 10:06

I missed that you also need to send the "call application state" command. You can still do this using the CONFIG-COPY-MIB by prepending "do" to the command. For example, add this to your config snippet:

do call application session start ipsla-testcall ipsla-testcall


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