We have a MAN network with two ASR 1002-F as core devices and C1812 routers (with IOS c181x-advipservicesk9-mz.151-1.T.bin) at remote devices.
How can I see the history (results) for the probes in CLI (without a IP SLA Analyser)?
I enabled the ip sla responderon one of the ASR.
I configured 2 probes (101 and 102) on one of the C1812 for testing.
Here is the conf for one of them:
snmp-server community public RO snmp-server host x.x.x.x version 2c public snmp-server host x.x.x.x version 2c public syslog ip sla logging traps snmp-server enable traps syslog ! ip sla 101 icmp-echo 172.25.1.129 source-ip 172.25.1.131 tag ICMP-ECHO frequency 180 exit ip sla schedule 101 start-time now life forever ! ! Configure thresholds and reactions. ip sla reaction-configuration 101 react rtt threshold-type immediate threshold-value 10 5 action-type trapOnly
With a debug, the probes seem to work as well as the proactive threshold....
Sep 3 16:21:36.058 PARIS_E: IPSLA-OPER_TRACE:OPER:102 Updating result
Sep 3 16:21:36.062 PARIS_E: %RTT-3-IPSLATHRESHOLD: IP SLAs(102): Threshold exceeded for rtt
But I can't see nothing in here:
C1812#sh ip sla history 101 Point by point History Entry = Entry number LifeI = Life index BucketI = Bucket index SampleI = Sample index SampleT = Sample start time (milliseconds) CompT = RTT (milliseconds) Sense = Response return code
Entry LifeI BucketI SampleI SampleT CompT Sense TargetAddr
Now that I have my basis, I'll try to configure some other probes like udp-jitter... and see what Centreon (Nagios) can do with that!
C1812#sh ip sla history Point by point History Entry = Entry number LifeI = Life index BucketI = Bucket index SampleI = Sample index SampleT = Sample start time (milliseconds) CompT = RTT (milliseconds) Sense = Response return code
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