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NNMi iPSPI QA: path echo

Idea ID 2703319

NNMi iPSPI QA: path echo

Would like to have the path echo protocol supported by NNMi iSPI QA (and NPS).

Right now, path echo is mentioned in Manage QA probes but doesn't work and seems to not be supported. Also, the data source for reports is missing in NPS:

nps-qa-probe-type.png

 

 

 

This enhancement would be usesfull when troubleshooting WAN Performance.

 

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Fleet Admiral
Fleet Admiral

As my point of interest only ICMP and UDP data is collected from QA module, but how do you configure Path Echo probe, please clarify.

Fleet Admiral Fleet Admiral
Fleet Admiral

Hello,

 

you can configure this type of probe on the Cisco device. As the documentation mentions this type it is unclear if it is supported. Currently our tests show, that the probe is not discovered by the QA SPI, but it would be great if the SPI supports this type, too.

 

BR Allessandro

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