Customer has asked me to demonstrate that our AOS-CX switches can replace a legacy switching solution that has NQA functionality configured to decide which of the two routes (active - standby) should route traffic. Important to note, Customer does not use dynamic routing protocols.
Reading the AOS-CX monitoring and NAE guides I concluded the same functionality that NQA delivers can be achieved by combining the functionality of IP-SLA with a NAE script (conectivity_monitor v1.1).
The way to demo to Customer was this way:
The result of the demo was successful, combining IP-SLA and NAE I was able to demonstrate a routing policy based on the availability of the main - backup links.
4. Syslogs collected:
This is the video of the PoC result. Attached you will find a pdf with all the details.
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