|Cisco SLA Commands
With "ip sla" (or on older Version "ip rtr" or "ip sla monitor" it's possile to Monitor the SLA of some Services.
To find out, what Services are soupported, try
evil-router#show ip sla application (or show rtr application)
IP Service Level Agreement Technologies
IPSLAs Infrastructure version: Engine-II
Supported Operation Types:
dhcp, dns, echo, frameRelay, ftp, http, icmpJitter, jitter
pathEcho, pathJitter, tcpConnect, udpEcho, voip
IPSLAs Event Publisher
IP SLAs low memory water mark: 0
Estimated system max number of entries: 7017
Estimated number of configurable operations: 7017
Number of Entries configured : 0
Number of active Entries : 0
Number of pending Entries : 0
Number of inactive Entries : 0
Last time the operation configuration changed: *12:06:22.060 UTC Fri Jan 2 2009
For Detailed Manual, watch on cisco Homepage.
Some Usefull commands
sh ip sla statistics detailed
sh ip sla configuration
Some Hints and Tips
If you are using the Option "control enable", its nessesary, that on the other side a IP SLA responder is runing, (Normaly a Cisco Device)
and the IP SLA Controll Port UDP 1967 is open.
With the Option "control disable" the is no need for a responder, also in ICMP, HTTP, and FTP tests.