A network engineer wants to notify a manager in the events that the IP SLA connection loss threshold reached. Which two feature are need to implements this functionality?

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A network engineer wants to notify a manager in the events that the IP SLA connection loss threshold reached. Which two feature are need to implements this functionality? (choose two)
A. MOS
B. Threshold action
C. Cisco IOS EEM
D. SNMP traps
E. logging local

Correct Answer: BD

Explanation:
IP SLAs supports threshold monitoring for performance parameters such as average jitter, unidirectional
latency and bidirectional round trip time and connectivity. This proactive monitoring capability provides options for configuring reaction thresholds for important VoIP related parameters including unidirectional jitter, unidirectional packet loss, and unidirectional VoIP voice quality scoring (MOS scores).
IP SLAs can generate system logging (syslog) messages when the reaction threshold increases or decreases beyond the configured values for packet loss, average jitter, or MOS. These system logging messages can then be sent as SNMP notifications (traps) using the CISCO-SYSLOG- MIB.