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IP SLA for Packet loss

vishalsinha
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HI Friends,

I am looking to setup IP SLA to monitor packet loss on by Internet Circuit. if the packet loss on my internet circuit goes above 10% then I want my track to go down and when packet loss reduces to 5% or less then my track to come back UP.

I have tried ip sla and ip sla reaction-configuration etc. but i dont get the required results.

Seeking your help....

Thanks

Vishal

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same needs... if you find the solution please post it yes

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If your routers support OER or PfR, you might want to investigate them.

Either can move individual flows when those flows experience packet loss.

HI All,

I couldn't find the way for this yet.

I am still struggling to create a Track that can send around 10 packets every 60 minutes and if it sees an average 10% packet loss, it should bring my Track down. And once the packet loss average reaches less than 5% then it should bring the Track up.

Any help will be appreciated.


Thank you

Vishal

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Did you investigate OER or PfR?

Vasilii Mikhailovskii
Rising star
Rising star

Hello.

How do you want to measure packet loss? I mean how many probes you need and on what interval?

arikawahyono
Beginner
Beginner

 

Hi Vishalsinha,

Did you find the solution for your case? can you post it please.

i have same problem with you..

 

Thanks,

AW

Hello.

How do you want to measure packet loss? I mean how many probes you need and on what interval.

Hello Vasilii..

 

Packet loss >3% from total traffic,

 

Thxs.

AW

 

Do you mean packet retransmits on TCP flows or you mean probes by ICMP?

Otherwise I can't imagine how to measure traffic loss without other side been involved.

Amafsha1
Explorer
Explorer

I wish there was a way to do this.

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