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  • 1.  ip-monitoring assistance needed

    Posted 02-02-2021 14:33
    I have the following:

    set services rpm probe icmp-probe test icmp-test probe-type icmp-ping
    set services rpm probe icmp-probe test icmp-test target address 30.30.30.1
    set services rpm probe icmp-probe test icmp-test test-interval 2
    set services rpm probe icmp-probe test icmp-test thresholds successive-loss 3
    set services ip-monitoring policy icmp-policy match rpm-probe icmp-probe
    set services ip-monitoring policy icmp-policy then interface ge-0/0/3 disable

    After rpm failed, the interface ge-0/0/3 is disabled,  but the interface ge-0/0/3  does not automatically recover when the remote interface is recovered.

    what did I miss here ?

    How to manually enable the interface ge-0/0/3 after it is disabled by rpm ?

    thanks in advance !!


  • 2.  RE: ip-monitoring assistance needed
    Best Answer

    Posted 02-19-2021 18:38
    This seems to be an issue with the interface being down. Once placed into this condition the interface is no longer be able to send probes. 

    Here is an example using a different logic of enabling vs. disabling:
    https://www.juniper.net/documentation/en_US/release-independent/nce/topics/task/configuration/internet-protocol-interface-monitoring.html

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    Benjamin Griffin
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  • 3.  RE: ip-monitoring assistance needed

    Posted 02-20-2021 11:06
    thanks !!