Examples: Configuring Real-Time Performance Monitoring on MX, M, T and PTX Series Routers

 

Configure an RPM instance identified by the probe name probe1 and the test name test1:

Configure packet classification, using lt- interfaces to send the probe packets to a logical tunnel input interface. By sending the packet to the logical tunnel interface, you can configure regular and multifield classifiers, firewall filters, and header rewriting for the probe packets. To use the existing tunnel framework, the dlci and encapsulation statements must be configured.

Configure an input filter on the interface on which the RPM probes are received. This filter enables prioritization of the received RPM packets, separating them from the regular data packets received on the same interface.

Configure an RPM instance and enable RPM for the extension-provider packages on the adaptive services interface:

Note

TWAMP is not supported on PTX Series Packet Transport routers.

Configure the minimum statements necessary to enable TWAMP:

Configure additional TWAMP settings: