ASA: Logging reachability events for "sla monitor" / "track"
I have a dual ISP setup, with two separate output interfaces. I'm automatically monitoring the primary ISP via "sla monitor" and "track" commands, and removing the default static route when the ISP's router is not reachable. That's working just fine.
I'd like to get some sort of notification when this failover occurs (i.e. when the "sla monitor" can't reach the ISP router, and the static route is removed). Is there any way to configure this so that I get some sort of notification (either SNMP or email would be fine).
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