Example of ineffective association between NAQ and static routes

Two situations for ineffective association between NAQ and static routes:
Symptom: The destination IP address of the NQA test instance is unreachable, but the static route associated with the NQA test instance still exists.
(1) Root cause analysis 1: For the static route associated with the NQA test instance, the static route is withdrawn only when the NQA test result is failed. The display nqa history command displays timeout, which does not indicate that the NQA test result is failed. Solution: For the static route associated with the NQA test instance, the static route is withdrawn only when the NQA test result is failed.
For details, see Example of ineffective association between NAQ and static routes(1).
(2) Root cause analysis 2: When the NQA result is failed, the associated static route must be withdrawn. The same route that exists in the routing table is the route of another routing protocol.
For details, see Example of ineffective association between NAQ and static routes(2).

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