For information on the IP SLA commands, see the Cisco IOS IP SLAs Command Reference, Release 12.4T command reference.
For detailed descriptions and configuration procedures, see the Cisco IOS IP SLAs Configuration Guide, Release 12.4TL.
Not all of the IP SLA commands or operations described in the referenced guide are supported on the device. The device supports IP service level analysis by using UDP jitter, UDP echo, HTTP, TCP connect, ICMP echo, ICMP path echo, ICMP path
jitter, FTP, DNS, and DHCP, as well as multiple operation scheduling and proactive threshold monitoring. It does not support
VoIP service levels using the gatekeeper registration delay operations measurements.
Before configuring any IP SLAs application, you can use the show ip sla application privileged EXEC command to verify that the operation type is supported on your software image. This is an example of the
output from the command:
Device# show ip sla application
IP Service Level Agreements
Version: Round Trip Time MIB 2.2.0, Infrastructure Engine-III
Supported Operation Types:
icmpEcho, path-echo, path-jitter, udpEcho, tcpConnect, http
dns, udpJitter, dhcp, ftp, udpApp, wspApp
IPSLAs Event Publisher
IP SLAs low memory water mark: 33299323
Estimated system max number of entries: 24389
Estimated number of configurable operations: 24389
Number of Entries configured : 0
Number of active Entries : 0
Number of pending Entries : 0
Number of inactive Entries : 0
Time of last change in whole IP SLAs: *13:04:37.668 UTC Wed Dec 19 2012