I would like to require ip sla (here http get test) to fail two tests in a row before being considered "down" (and triggering a route change). Is it possible to do this with IP SLA? I'm on 12.4 IOS. Thank-you.
I have found lots of information such as the URL below. But I have not been able to dial this in in my tests. It still winds up failing on a single ping loss. We use Speak Easy at some of our sites and they do not support BGP (or any routing protocol.) It would be so helpful to be able to fail traffic to our MPLS circuit if say 3 out of 5 pings are lost (and restore when better.) You can see in this doc the IP SLA understands "xofy". I just have not been able to put it all together so that "rtr x" fails based on the xofy pings. Of anyone gets this cookin' in their lab - please share the mojo!
ip sla 10 icmp-echo ***next hop*** frequency 10 ip sla schedule 10 life forever start-time now
Secondary router has a priority of 90 so if line goes down it fails over straight away (track 1) but if ping fails (track 10) the priority only drops to 95 so primary stays up. If next ping fails, it drops to 80 and fails over, but if next ping OK then goes back to priority 110. So it requires two consequtive ping drops to fail.
Hi everyone, I would like to thank you in advance for any help you can provide a newcomer like myself!
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