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I have two routers, one 1721 ( version 12.4) and 2801 (version 12.3T). I want to configure IP SLA, but when I write the command in the CLI router# IP SLA, the command does not exist. What happened? How do I activate the command? thanks
How to configure IP SLA using two routers?
I know the Cisco IOS must support IP SLA, is there a minimum IOS version requirement? This is specific for the monitoring of MOS scores.