Total 30 results found for the keyword of "eos section 12 1 port channel introduction"
... (also configured as a dynamic LAG) on the partner switch. The maximum number of ports per LAG varies by platform; numbers for each platform in the latest eos release are available here: https://www.arista.com/en/support/product-documentation/supported-features. ...
... is used for broadcast, multicast, and unknown unicast traffic. For a list of VXLAN feature support in a specific eos release, consult the appropriate release notes here:https://www.arista.com/en/support/software-download. ...
... full10G Not Present Et4/7 connected1 full10G Not Present Et4/8 connected1 full10G Not Present Et4/9 connected1 full10G Not Present switch> Referencing Multi-lane ports eos supports two types of ...
... eos version. This chapter discusses enabling the SNMP agent on an Arista switch and controlling notification transmissions from the agent. Information on using SNMP management systems is available in ...
VM Tracer This chapter describes VM Tracer configuration and usage and contains these sections: VM Tracer introduction VM Tracer Description VM Tracer Configuration Procedures VM Tracer ...
MapReduce Tracer This section describes Arista’s implementation of MapReduce Tracer, including configuration instructions and command descriptions. Topics covered by this section include: MapReduce ...
...  TAP Aggregation QoS Handling on TAP ports Before eos 4.20.5F, QoS behavior was not enforced for TAP aggregation ports, meaning that QoS behavior for packets passing through the device was not ...
Multicast Source Discovery Protocol (MSDP) Multicast Source Discovery Protocol (MSDP) describes a topology that connects multiple IPv4 Protocol Independent Multicast Sparse-Mode (PIM-SM) domains. ...
... is used for broadcast, multicast, and unknown unicast traffic. For a list of VXLAN feature support in a specific eos release, consult the appropriate release notes here:https://www.arista.com/en/support/software-download. ...
... is used for broadcast, multicast, and unknown unicast traffic. For a list of VXLAN feature support in a specific eos release, consult the appropriate release notes here:https://www.arista.com/en/support/software-download. ...
... is used for broadcast, multicast, and unknown unicast traffic. For a list of VXLAN feature support in a specific eos release, consult the appropriate release notes here:https://www.arista.com/en/support/software-download. ...
... is used for broadcast, multicast, and unknown unicast traffic. For a list of VXLAN feature support in a specific eos release, consult the appropriate release notes here:https://www.arista.com/en/support/software-download. ...
...  Note: On the same area or interface, eos allows security configuration with either AH or ESP but not both. We can have one area or interface configured with AH and another with ESP. OSPFv3 Authentication ...
... of routes will result in data loss. This can be prevented by configuring graceful restart on the device. When IS-IS is used as the interior gateway protocol (IGP), the following eos features require nonstop ...
... packets. The basic behavior of BFD is defined in RFC 5880. BFD Modes BFD functions in asynchronous or demand mode, and also offers an echo function. eos supports asynchronous mode and the echo ...
Protocol Independent Multicast Protocol Independent Multicast (PIM) distributes multicast data using routes gathered by other protocols. Arista switches support two types of PIM: PIM Sparse Mode (PIM-SM) ...
...  OpenFlow introduction Arista eos supports OpenFlow 1.0 controlled by OpenFlow controllers for filtering and redirecting traffic. OpenFlow Description OpenFlow is a programmable network ...
... This feature is designed to be used for flows that are configured by a custom agent using the eos SDK or eAPI and age out (expire) after a specified time period. For example, if you are using a custom agent ...
OSPFv2 Open Shortest Path First (OSPF) is a link-state routing protocol that operates within a single autonomous system. OSPF version 2 is defined by RFC 2328. This section contains the following ...
... allows for configuring IPv4, IPv6, and MAC access lists and then updating a monitor session with corresponding configuration changes. eos mirrors the packets that match permit statements. eos does not ...