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How to configure Solarwinds IP SLA for Cisco routers

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Hi, I have been trying to enable IP SLA to monitor ICMP Echo, UDP jitter, etc to monitor few branch office connections. NMS is deployed in head office, so the branch office routers will work source and the HQ router will be the responder. I have been following Cisco documents to enable IP SLA in Cisco but was not successful. Sample case; I managed to enable IP SLA monitor and frequency but when schedule (ip sla monitor schedule 10 life forever start-time now) being given; it says "%entry not configured". Can anyone let me know how to setup this in Cisco and Solarwinds.
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I would let solarwinds build the config for you.  Just allow RW SNMP access from SW to the router and the IP SLA module will put the config on there for you.  Also, you can do this on 3750 switches as well - food for thought.
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thank, I got it.
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