What is the difference between parameter map and ip sla? In both we can specify that if threshold of something is crossed then a log is generated and based on that some action can be taken. Has one got more options than another or serves some other purpose?

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parameter-map and ip sla do different things.

A parameter map allows you to specify parameters that control the behavior of actions and match criteria specified under a policy map and a class map, respectively.


(both are very long subjects to begin to explain)

  • Can you provide me a small explanation about their differences, if possible? – MUSR Oct 7 '19 at 16:44

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