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    Setting the Reaction Conditions for the RTR Probe

    You can set the RTR probe to react to events that take place and to send notifications about these events.

    Note:

    • You cannot set any of these characteristics until you have set the probe type using the type command. The default values of these characteristics depend on the type of the entry.
    • The only no version for all the rtr reaction-configuration commands is no rtr reaction-configuration rtrIndex. Use the no version to clear all traps. This works for all the options.

    To set one or more reaction conditions for the RTR probe:

    • Specify the type of actions to occur depending on the events controlled by RTR. The default is to take the traps of enabled events.
      host1(config)#rtr reaction-configuration 1 action-type trapOnly
    • Enable the operation-failure reaction. The operation-failure event is triggered when a number of consecutive probe operations are not received or when they are received after a timeout.
      host1(config)#rtr reaction-configuration 1 operation-failure 3
    • Enable the path-change reaction. The path-change event is triggered when a change is detected in the hop table. At most, there can be one such event per test.
      host1(config)#rtr reaction-configuration 1 path-change
    • Enable the test-completion reaction. The test-completion event is triggered when a test is completed successfully. At most, there can be one such event per test. The completion is determined in the following ways:
      • For echo, a successful test means that all probes were sent.
      • For pathEcho, a successful test means that the destination was reached at least once.
      host1(config)#rtr reaction-configuration 1 test-completion
    • Enable the test-failure reaction. The test-failure event is triggered when a test fails. At most, there can be one such event per test. Failure is determined in the following ways:
      • If Echo, this event is triggered after testFailureValue probes are either not received or are received after a timeout.
      • If PathEcho, this event is triggered when the test ends and no responses are received from the destination.
      host1(config)#rtr reaction-configuration 1 test-failure

    Published: 2014-08-13