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IP SLA ping track with "negative trigger"?

Hello!

As far as i understood the IP SLA can ping an interface of a specific router automatically. Then the track in a route-map, e.g. "set ip next-hop verify-availability 3.3.3.3 track 10" take care and if the IP SLA says "status up", then "next-hop" is executed.

If this is correct, me need a negativ version of that. E.g. if the IP SLA says "status down" then the track trigger the "next-hop". If "status up", then no "next-hop" should be triggered and the next match in the route-map should be processed.

Is this possible and if yes - how?

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Purple

IP SLA ping track with "negative trigger"?

Hi,

Yes it is possible using the boolean list feature of the track object.

http://www.ocsic.co.uk/enhanced-object-tracking-with-tracked-list-and-boolean-expression/

Regards

Alain

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Purple

IP SLA ping track with "negative trigger"?

Hi,

Yes it is possible using the boolean list feature of the track object.

http://www.ocsic.co.uk/enhanced-object-tracking-with-tracked-list-and-boolean-expression/

Regards

Alain

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IP SLA ping track with "negative trigger"?

Thank you very much

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