I have a router running IOS version 15.3(3)M2 with the below configuration. The intent is for the router to shut down it's WAN interface in the event that it is unable to successfully ping the internal IP 192.168.1.1. Is there a way I can have it do further testing upon having a single timeout (via ICMP) such as triggering it to monitor at a greater frequency (ping every 3 seconds for 15 seconds straight) and if packet loss is greater than a certain percentage (20%) have it shut down the interface at that point?
You can use the IPSLA event detector instead of track, and use an IPSLA reaction-configuration to only react on consecutive failures or X out of Y failed attempts. If you wanted more control than that, you might consider rewriting this as a timer policy where you run an extended ping and process the results to count the number of '!' characters.
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