Configure route removal based on packet loss

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Hi,
I'm trying to configure the removal of an EIGRP route based on packet
loss.
From what I've read it seems as though I can configure this using
SLAs, however I can't figure out how to do it.

Here's the setup, I have a router with 2 incoming links, one wireless
and one is a T1:
The router also has a static block of IPs on its FastE interface:

Serial0 (T1)--- x.x.x.x

Ethernet0 (Wireless)-- y.y.y.y

FastEthernet0 -- z.z.z.z 255.255.255.248

I need to remove the route through the wireless when the packet loss
increases above a certain threshold.
The both routes to z.z.z.z will be advertised through EIGRP.

Thanks.

Re: Configure route removal based on packet loss
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Not sure if this will do what you want or not, but policy based
routing does offer some ability to add/remove routed based on
reachability.  You'd have to see if you can actually define
'reachability', since I think the default is to drop the route if you
lose reachability at any given time (rather than some % of packet
loss).  I'm not up to speed on the SLA stuff, so please post if you
find a working solution.

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/tech/tk364/technologies_configuration_example091=
86a0080211f5c.shtml

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