I'm familiar with using IP SLA to track routes, and inject or remove routes based on the tracked object. This question is in regards to icmpecho and multiple targets.
Is it possible for me to set up an sla with multiple icmp targets, and if so, what would it look like? Would I create two sla's and try to attach them to a single track, or can I set up two targets in a single sla? Or is there some other way?
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