I have configured an SLA Monitor on several of my Cisco routers to determine if a particular circuit or route is available. What is the purpose of the Threshold in the configuration? How low or high should this be set. Along with this, what is the Frequency and how low or high should this be set? I've tried researching this elsewhere but have been unable to find any answers.
Re: Purpose of Threshold in SLA Monitor configuration
Understood. What I am doing is sending a ping from a remote location back to my data center to make certain the path is up and that the circuit is not down. If the ping fails, the route is to switch to a second data circuit, then switch back once the original comes back on-line. So, based upon what you said, the frequency is how often the pings are sent - I would want this relatively low. In this case, what would the Threshold represent and would it be low or high?
Hi everyone, I would like to thank you in advance for any help you can provide a newcomer like myself!
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