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Adding IP SLA nodes to VoIP and Network Quality Manager

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Before you can start creating and monitoring IP SLA operations, you must add your IP SLA-capable routers to SolarWinds VoIP and Network Quality Manager.

For more information about the management information bases (MIBs) referenced by VNQM, see MIBs Maintained by VoIP and Network Quality Manager.

Requirements

  • Source devices must first be added to the database before you can add them to SolarWinds VoIP and Network Quality Manager. For more information about adding nodes, see Adding Devices for Monitoring in the Web Console.
  • The devices must be Cisco devices and must support SNMP v2 or v3. To confirm that the Cisco IOS release for your device supports IP SLA operations, visit the Cisco Feature Navigator, and search for IP SLAs - DHCP Operation.

The following sections describe tasks connected with adding IP SLA Nodes to VNQM:

 
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