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    Default IP SLA with VRF

    Hi all,

    Quick question regarding IP SLAs with VRF.

    Ive set up a small VRF lab with one core and 3 branch routers.

    The VRFs are voice, data and video, and ive set up ospf to run between voice, data and video routers.

    I can ping thee remote subnets on each VRF instance however when setting up ICMP IP SLAs they dont seem to work, just fail. it is the basic IP SLA config.

    Im thinking the issue might be related to the fact that when you ping on a vrf router, you have to specify the vrf instance, is there maybe something i need to adjust in the SLA config?

    Thanks
    Pujan
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    You should be able to specify the VRF to use within the SLA configuration.
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