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... is the protocol used to manage the membership of hosts in multicast groups for IPv6. RFC 3810 talks about MLDv2 functionality. MLDv2 is the IPv6 counterpart of IGMPv3. Beginning with eos Release 4.25.0F, ...
IGMP and IGMP Snooping IGMP Snooping IGMP Host Proxy Description Supported Features IGMP Protocols Configuring IGMP Configuring IGMP Snooping IGMP Host Proxy IGMP and IGMP Snooping commands ...
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 ...
... distributes operational state information across a set of eos switches to support applications that provide network services. See the CloudVision User Guide, https://www.arista.com/en/support/product-documentation, ...
... for OSPFv2 adjacencies with DR Other neighbors. OSPFv2 Multiple Instances Support eos Release 4.22.1F adds support for multiple OSPFv2 instances to be configured in the default VRF. OSPFv2 Multiple ...
... area and interface levels. 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 ...
...  Note: Unlike node segments, anycast segments do not have the ‘N’ flag set described in section 2.1.1.2 of RFC8667. The following enhancements are available by release: eos Release 4.22.1F adds support ...
... and destination addresses.. ACLs can also be made dynamic (not persisting in the eos), and the payload keyword can be used to turn an ACL into a User-Defined Field (UDF) alias for use in other ACLs. ...
VRRP and VARP A virtual IP (VIP) address is an IP address that does not directly connect to a specific interface. Inbound packets sent to a Virtual IP address are redirected to a physical network ...
... 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 that reacts to traffic sent to the CPU ...
Decap Groups These sections describe the Decap groups: Decap Groups Description Decap Groups Configuration Decap commands Decap Groups Description The decap group is a data structure that ...
Segment Security Overview of MSS-Group Configuring MSS-Group Limitations Show commands Segment Security commands Overview of MSS-Group Hosts and networks can be grouped into segments ...
... Configuration Procedures VLAN Configuration commands VLAN Introduction Arista switches support industry standard 802.1q VLANs. Arista eos provides tools to manage and extend VLANs throughout the ...
...  Configuring Priority-Flow-Control (PFC) Configuring PFC Watchdog DCBX and Flow Control commands Introduction eos implements Link Layer Discovery Protocol (LLDP) and the Data Center Bridging ...
... ensure disable-vrf configuration to take effect. switch(config)# agent SandL3Unicast terminate SandL3Unicast was terminated Starting from the eos Release 4.26.0F, /32 prefix length optimization ...
... snooping is a Layer 2 feature that is configured on LAN switches. The Arista eos switch supports Option-37 insertion that allows relay agents to provide remote-id information in DHCP request packets. DHCP servers ...
... (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. ...
... MLAG peer switches are identical platforms and run identical eos images. Running different images/platform may result in a failure to form an association with the MLAG peer or see discrepancy in behavior. ...
...  Type Ports ---- ----------- ---- ----- Total Mac Addresses for this criterion: 0 Beginning with eos Release 4.26.0F, PortSec-Protect enforces a limit on the number of MAC addresses, ...
Spanning Tree Protocol Spanning Tree Protocols prevent bridging loops in Layer 2 Ethernet networks. Arista switches support Rapid Spanning Tree, Multiple Spanning Tree, and Rapid-Per VLAN Spanning Tree ...