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Editing IP SLA operations

This page lists all IP SLA operations that are currently monitored by VNQM. You can perform the following actions:

Adding IP SLA operations

  1. Click Add New IP SLA Operation, and then follow the instructions in the IP SLA Operations Wizard. For more information about adding operations, see Adding IP SLA operations.

Modifying the SLA location

  1. Select the operation you want to modify, and click Add/Edit SLA Location.
  2. Select the Origin Location or Cisco CallManager ID.
  3. Select the Target Location or Cisco CallManager ID.
  4. Click Save.

Modifying operations created with VNQM is possible only by using VNQM. If you modify an operation created by VNQM directly on the device, the changes will be overwritten by the IP SLA operation settings from VNQM.

Renaming operations

  1. Select the operation you want to modify, and click Edit.
  2. Enter the new name for the operation, and click Save.

    • Leaving the Operation Name field blank will result in the operation being named using the default naming pattern.
    • If you change the name of a node in SolarWinds NPM, the change will be reflected in the operation name unless the default naming pattern is not being used.

Deleting operations

  1. Select the operations you want to delete, and click Delete.
  2. When prompted to confirm, click Delete to stop monitoring the selected operations.
 
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