Method used to configure association between the static route and NQA on the AR router

The procedure for configuring association between the static route and NQA on the AR router is as follows:
Networking example: RouterA (10.1.1.1)-----(10.1.1.2) RouterB (10.2.2.0/24)----
Requirements: Association between the static route and NQA needs to be configured from RouterA to the network segment of 10.2.2.0/24.
1. Enable the NQA function on RouterA. The NQA test instance of ICMP type is used as an example:
[RouterA] nqa test-instance admin icmp //Create an NQA test instance, with the administrator name admin and test instance name icmp.
[RouterA-nqa-admin-icmp] test-type icmp //Specify the test instance type as ICMP.
[RouterA-nqa-admin-icmp] destination-address ipv4 10.1.1.2 //Specify the IP address of the remote end.
[RouterA-nqa-admin-icmp] start now //Start the NQA test instance.

2. Configure a static route and associate it with the NQA test instance.
[RouterA]ip route-static 10.2.2.0 24 10.1.1.2 track nqa admin icmp
Note:
1. Before configuring association between the IPv4 static route and NQA test instance, configure link layer protocol parameters of the interface so that the link protocol status is Up.
2. When NQA is associated with the static route, only the ICMP test instance can be used to check whether a route from the source to the destination is reachable.
3. When the static route is associated with NQA, the destination address of the NQA test instance must be different from that of the static route.
4. If the static route that has been associated with one NQA test instance is associated with another NQA test instance, the static route is disassociated from the original NQA test instance.

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