Track and ip sla with a ASA

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Jan 5th, 2010
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I am familiar with the Track command to watch an IP SLA setup for routing and fail overs. The other day i noticed someones ASA confiugred with a Track command and it looked like it was used for the routing and fail-over stuff.


Can someone give me some insite on this command. I can not seem to find anything that explains it to me and give me some examples. I have a few real world issues i could resolve with a setup on the ASA.


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Jon Marshall Tue, 01/05/2010 - 14:20
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D0nprintup wrote:


I am familiar with the Track command to watch an IP SLA setup for routing and fail overs. The other day i noticed someones ASA confiugred with a Track command and it looked like it was used for the routing and fail-over stuff.


Can someone give me some insite on this command. I can not seem to find anything that explains it to me and give me some examples. I have a few real world issues i could resolve with a setup on the ASA.


Thanks


Yes, version 7.2(1) introduced the ability to track the reachability of a route. Have a look at the command reference which gives an example of how to use it. You should look at the following commands


sla monitor

sla monitor schedule

track

route


ASA command reference


Jon

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