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IP SLA and Tracking for alerting

 

Hi,

 

I configured IP SLAs for sites that connect to the Internet via a 2911 router

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Config:

ip sla 199
 icmp-echo 4.2.2.2 source-interface GigabitEthernet0/2
ip sla schedule 199 life forever start-time now

ip sla logging traps

track 199 ip sla 199
 delay down 120 up 120

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Works great - sends a syslog message to the Solarwinds box and message sets off an email alert.

 

We have a couple of smaller sites that connect to the Internet via a 5510. I'm trying to accomplish the same thing but, it doesn't seem to have the options to set a "delay down and delay up"

Below seems to be my only option:

"track 199 rtr 199 reachability"

 

Will this tracking-config log the ping fail and if so, is there a way to delay the logging for 120 secs - for Up and Down events?

 

Thanks, Pat

 

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Hello Pat,Have you tried

Hello Pat,

Have you tried entering the command "track 199 rtr 199 reachability"

The prompt should look like this after:

Router(config-track)#

Here you should be able to enter the command "delay down 120 up 120" to my recollection.

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I don't think so - I believe

I don't think so - I believe I stayed in config mode after track 199 rtr 199 reachabilty. I'll try again later though.

 

Thanks

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