Last Updated on August 1, 2021 by Admin 1
You configured a device as an IP SLA responder using the following configuration:
Which line indicates that the device is not a Cisco device?
- frequency 30
- timeout 1000
- tcp-connect 10.0.0.1 23 control disable
- tag FLL-RO
The IP SLA TCP connect operation is used to gather statistics on connection-oriented services. The tcp-connect 10.0.0.1 23 control disable command specifies the IP address to which the responder should respond, the port number on which to respond and it disables the control protocol normally used to inform the responder to temporarily enable the port specified .by the configuration in the sender. When the responder is a non-Cisco device, a well-known port number must be chosen and the control protocol should be disabled on the responder. When a Cisco device is the responder, then any port number can be chosen and the control protocol should be left enabled.
The frequency 30 command specifies how often the test should occur in seconds. It is not changed in any way as a result of the responder being a non-Cisco device.
The timeout 1000 command specifies in milliseconds the amount of time an IP SLAs operation waits for a response from its request packet. It is not changed in any way as a result of the responder being a non-Cisco device.
The tag FLL-RO command simply applies a user-specified identifier to the IP SLAs operation and is changed in any way as a result of the responder being a non-Cisco device.
Configure and verify IP SLA