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I want to monitor udp-jitter using IP SLA (Cisco Router). The Destination Router was Huawei Router. I'm not sure whether Huawei Router doesn't support IP SLA responder. Is there anyway to use NQA with IPSLA ?

This is my configuration.

Cisco Router

ip sla 100
udp-jitter 10.10.10.2 65001 
frequency 30
request-datasize 1500

ip sla schedule 100 start now life forever

Huawei Router

system-view
nqa-server udpecho 10.10.10.1 65001

Kindly suggest,

Thank you.

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    Have you checked the documentation? – Ron Trunk Jan 10 '18 at 16:53
  • @RonTrunk I don’t see any documentation about Using SLA with NQA. – Kiatbordin Jumratanet Jan 10 '18 at 16:55
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    Cisco IP SLA and Huawei NQA are very similar in concept but don't seem to be compatible from what I could find. – Zac67 Jan 11 '18 at 18:11
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To enable the router to respond to UDP-Echo or UDP-Jitter packets sent by a third-party device:

ip nqa-compatible responder enable

ip nqa-compatible auto

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