There a common practice for setting those 3 values: (Frequency) > (Timeout) > (Threshold). For network intensive SLA such as UDP jitter, a minimum 'Frequency' of 60 seconds is advised, and that's because of the load and the overhead that they put on the network.
'Threshold' doesn't have to be set at any specific value, it is totally up to you and your vision/plans for the network's service and quality level. Although it must be set smaller than the value that's set for the 'Timeout'.
In another word; 'Time out' = no service, unreachable, dead. Where 'Threshold' is a value that defines a warning level before your service completely goes out. When the upper threshold value is reached, your device will execute the task that you have configured it to do, e.g. send a Syslog message or trigger a SNMP Trap, etc.
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