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  • 1.  RPM for reachability to 3rd party devices

    Posted 10-25-2018 07:16

     

    Hi,

     

    I am new to Junos RPM having primarily worked with Cisco IP SLA features...

    I have a site with Junos SRXs which has connectivity to other sites with SRXs... RPM works great, though i believe that you have to have a responder configured, i.e. RPM is Junos proprietary... Hence does that mean that i can't test ICMP-pings out to other Vendor devices? If so is ther another probe i can configure for this? Just need RTT, jitter and pkt loss...

     

    Thanks in advance!



  • 2.  RE: RPM for reachability to 3rd party devices

    Posted 10-25-2018 10:11
    You don't need to consider anything on reponder.

    You can configure any kind of prboe supported by RPM on Junos, just make sure the responder understand the probe 🙂
    like for ICMP probe, no config required on responder


  • 3.  RE: RPM for reachability to 3rd party devices

    Posted 10-25-2018 16:58

    so currently i can ping from my SRX to the external device, though the icmp-ping probe doesn't work...  below is my config; ...  can I change it so the responder replies as it if was a normal ping??? guess i need to try removing the time-stamps?

     

    set services rpm probe n4-mgmt-vpn test icmp-ping probe-type icmp-ping-timestamp
    set services rpm probe n4-mgmt-vpn test icmp-ping target address [xx].[xx].10.18
    set services rpm probe n4-mgmt-vpn test icmp-ping probe-count 1
    set services rpm probe n4-mgmt-vpn test icmp-ping probe-interval 30
    set services rpm probe n4-mgmt-vpn test icmp-ping test-interval 10
    set services rpm probe n4-mgmt-vpn test icmp-ping thresholds
    set services rpm probe n4-mgmt-vpn test icmp-ping destination-interface reth0.8
    set services rpm probe n4-mgmt-vpn test icmp-ping hardware-timestamp



  • 4.  RE: RPM for reachability to 3rd party devices
    Best Answer

    Posted 10-26-2018 04:55

    Hi

    3rd party device may filter timestamp request. Can you please try to test with below config?

     

    set services rpm probe n4-mgmt-vpn test icmp-ping probe-type icmp-ping
    set services rpm probe n4-mgmt-vpn test icmp-ping target address [xx].[xx].10.18
    set services rpm probe n4-mgmt-vpn test icmp-ping probe-count 1
    set services rpm probe n4-mgmt-vpn test icmp-ping probe-interval 30
    set services rpm probe n4-mgmt-vpn test icmp-ping test-interval 10
    set services rpm probe n4-mgmt-vpn test icmp-ping destination-interface reth0.8