Which two types of threshold can you configure for tracking objects? (Choose Two)
F. administrative distance
Correct Answer: AD
Object Track List
An object track list allows you to track the combined states of multiple objects. Object track lists support the following capabilities:
Boolean “and” function—Each object defined within the track list must be in an up state so that the
track list object can become up.
Boolean “or” function—At least one object defined within the track list must be in an up state so
that the tracked object can become up.
Threshold percentage —The percentage of up objects in the tracked list must be greater than the
configured up threshold for the tracked list to be in the up state. If the percentage of down objects
in the tracked list is above the configured track list down threshold, the tracked list is marked as down.
Threshold weight —Assign a weight value to each object in the tracked list, and a weight threshold
for the track list. If the combined weights of all up objects exceeds the track list weight up threshold,
the track list is in an up state. If the combined weights of all the down objects exceeds the track list weight down threshold, the track list is in the down state.