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Persistent alert via email using IP SLA Echo operation with track and EEM.

marramix01
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I am working to get alerting for up\down state on  a metro ethernet point to point connection between our two data centers. I have configured the IP SLA Echo operation w/ track and using EEM on 9300 switch at the primary data center (DC-1)  to send an email in case the link goes down; or simply, if  the switch on the other end of the point to point stops responding to pings from IP SLA Echo. All that is working, I have tested by admin down the point to point interface on the the 9300 at DC-2 switch,  and I am able to received an alert when link goes down or when it comes back up. 

 

The main issue is - I would like to keep getting the alert emails until the condition or state of the link changes - i.e. if link goes down, continue to alert until the link comes back up via email. 

 

Other wise, if the point to point goes down I could potentially miss the email alert in case events occurs after hours. 

 

Any help will be greatly appreciated. 

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balaji.bandi
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The main issue is - I would like to keep getting the alert emails until the condition or state of the link changes - i.e. if link goes down, continue to alert until the link comes back up via email. 

as i understand you looking get email continuous until link come up is this correct.

 

May be you can run another EEM Script to check and email - is this works ?

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Ok, is it possible for you to provide a sample config or a link where I can find that? I have research for a bit, but I haven't had any luck. 

Could the EEM check for down state and continue to alert via email until state changes to up? 

 

Thanks again, 

 

AMontiel

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