IP SLA Enabled

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Joe Clarke Tue, 07/08/2008 - 10:32

Any IOS device is IP SLA capable. You can use the Feature Navigator at http://www.cisco.com/go/fn/ to determine if a given image has IP SLA. In general, any IP PLUS or higher image starting in 11.2(18)P is IP SLA capable in some form or another.

Joe Clarke Tue, 07/08/2008 - 16:13

Actually, this is a bit out of date which is why I didn't post it earlier. As of 12.2(44)SG, the Cat4500 DOES support IP SLA. The Feature Navigator is a better reference as while all IOS devices are CAPABLE of supporting IP SLA, different IOS versions and feature sets will offer different IP SLA features (and recent IP ONLY images do not offer IP SLA at all).

4gandrews Thu, 06/21/2012 - 08:18

Hello, do I need a Data license to configure a router with ip sla responder ?

I do have a data license for my IP SLA agent, but just wondering if I need to purchase

licenses for the routers that will be the responders.

Joe Clarke Thu, 06/21/2012 - 14:40

The responder is available for free in IPBASE licenses.  You'll need something greater than IPBASE (e.g., IPSERVICES) to get the agent that can initiate operations.


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