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show app-route sla-class

show app-route sla-class—Display information about the SLA classes operating on the vEdge router (on vEdge routers only).

Note that when the thresholds cross for one of these SLA classes, a notification and a syslog are triggered.

Command Syntax

show app-route sla-class
show app-route sla-class (latency [milliseconds] | loss [percentage] | name [string])

Options

None
Display information for all SLA classes configured and operating on the vEdge router
Packet Latency
latency [milliseconds]
Display information for all packet latency values or for the specified latency value operating on the vEdge router.
Packet Loss
loss [percentage]
Display information for all packet loss values or for the specified loss value operating on the vEdge router.
SLA Class Name
name [string]
Display information for all SLA class names or for the specified class name operating on the vEdge router.

Output Fields

In addition to displaying information about the configured SLA classes, the command output shows information for the default SLA class, which has the name "__all_tunnels_sc". The default class tolerates a packet loss of 100 percent and an effectively infinite packet latency, thereby allowing all packets. This class is present whenever you configure SLA classes and application-aware routing on a vEdge router. Traffic that is not required to meet an SLA class is placed in the default SLA class. Traffic that is loosely required to meet an SLA class (tunnels configured without the strict option) is also placed in the default SLA class if none of the desired tunnels is available.

The index field is a number that identifies the SLA class. The default class index number is always 0. For configured SLA classes, the Viptela software assigns index numbers. These numbers are assigned in approximately monotonically increasing order.

Example Output

The following output shows three SLA classes and the index numbers that identify these classes. The first line of the output shows the default SLA class (__all_tunnels_sc), and second and third lines show two configured SLA classes that are operating on the router (test_sla_class and test_sla_class1).

vEdge# show app-route sla-class

INDEX   NAME                  LOSS  LATENCY  
---------------------------------------------
0       __all_tunnels_sc      100   2147483647
1       test_sla_class        100   50
2       test_sla_class1       1     1

Release Information

Command introduced in Viptela Software Release 15.2.

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