Re: EEM applet for "no shutdown" of the external interface
The actual state of the IP SLA collector isn't as important as the state of the tracked object. Even if you shutdown an interface manually, if the collector cannot reach 10.10.1.1, then it will go down, and 60 seconds later, so should the tracked object.
Typically, when I'm testing this kind of thing, I use a black hold route. For example:
ip route 10.10.1.1 255.255.255.255 null0
This way, I don't lose other connectivity, and I can still check whether or not the IP SLA collector, EOT, and EEM functions are working.
And, yes, one collector, and one tracked object is fine for what you want to do.
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