With this version of code, it will not be possible to do what you want in applet code. If you can configure object tracking for these IP SLA collectors (with delay down), you can use Tcl to watch the ouput of "show track" to see if the collectors have timed out. I don't have SXF15 handy with which to test, but it should be doable. Is object tracking available for you?
You could still do this with Tcl and the output of "show rtr coll" and "show rtr oper". If the operational state is timeout, and the number of timeouts has increased over your xOfy threshold, then you can perform the actions. This will involve you saving the current number of timeouts in an EEM context. Is Tcl something you can use on this switch?
Sounds interesting. TCL script will monitor a parameter in the output of "show rtr coll" or "show rtr oper" and will trigger EEM action only when the X timeouts in Y seconds condition is met. I will try this in test lab first.
Can you point me to an example script for this or similar scenario.
Hi everyone, I would like to thank you in advance for any help you can provide a newcomer like myself!
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