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IP SLA

I've recently installed 2 6509's and also in the process of rolling out VOIP so I thought we would look at implementing IP SLA.

I've got 4 old 805's lying around which we thought we could use as responders, I've installed the latest firmware 12.3(26) IP Plus but I'm unable to find any IP SLA commands, I've also checked the Cisco Feature Navigator and it tells me the version I've got supports IP SLA.

What am I doing wrong?

Also will either th 2950, 2960, 2970 and 3560 support being responders and what version of software do I need if they do?

Thanks

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Re: IP SLA

The 805 supports IP SLA. The commands will all start with "rtr" and not "ip sla". The ip sla commands were not added until 12.4.

All the switches mentioned expect the 2950 support the IP SLA responder, and the 3560 also supports collectors. You need to be running 12.2(40)SE or higher.

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Re: IP SLA

800's are SOHO and not supported for IPSLA.

If you get to the 12.4X line of code above IP base you should be fine.

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Re: IP SLA

If the 800's aren't supported why does it say they are on the Cisco feature navigator?

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Re: IP SLA

The 805 supports IP SLA. The commands will all start with "rtr" and not "ip sla". The ip sla commands were not added until 12.4.

All the switches mentioned expect the 2950 support the IP SLA responder, and the 3560 also supports collectors. You need to be running 12.2(40)SE or higher.

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