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... do not know the current settings, restore the factory-default
settings as described in Restoring the Factory Default eos Image and Startup Configuration.
The no boot console and default boot console commands ...
booting the switch
This chapter describes the
switch boot process, describes configuration options, and lists the components
it requires, including the boot loader, the boot loader shell, and other
command copies the specified eos image onto the switch (if the source is
external), configures ...
Note: The eos boot secret command is the recommended method for adding or modifying the PASSWORD configuration line.
PASSWORD = encrypted_string
encrypted_string the ...
... the eos image on your ZTP server by confirming
that its MD5 checksum matches the MD5 checksum that can be found on the
eos download page of the Arista website.
On a UNIX server, the md5sum command calculates ...
... 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 ...
... 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, ...
... tasks (including copying the eos image) before
rebooting the control plane
forwarding packets in hardware (based on the last known state) while the
control-plane is offline
optimizing the boot process ...
Standard Upgrades and Downgrades
Standard software upgrades
and downgrades on Arista switches are accomplished by installing a different
eos image and reloading the switch. On switches with redundant ...
Initial Configuration and Recovery
This chapter describes initial
configuration and recovery tasks. Subsequent chapters provide details
about features introduced in this chapter.
This chapter contains ...
Restoring the Factory Default eos Image and Startup Configuration
Restoring the Configuration and Image from a USB Flash Drive
The first three procedures require Aboot Shell
access through the console ...
... of the CLI.
This chapter includes these sections:
Accessing the eos CLI
Kernel-based Virtual Machine commands and Configuration
... have not been saved since
the last boot.
The boot-config file is an ASCII file that Aboot uses to configure console
communication settings, locate the eos flash image, and specify
... be accessed only through the console port, and the command set is
limited. Any configuration changes made on the standby supervisor will
be lost when the supervisor reboots.
Note: When upgrading the eos ...
Press Control-C now to enter Aboot shell
To continue the reload process, do nothing. Typing Ctrl-C opens the
Aboot shell; see Aboot commands for
Aboot editing ...
... Shell Operation
When the switch is powered on or rebooted, Aboot reads its configuration from
boot-config on the internal flash and attempts
to boot an eos software image (with the extension .swi) automatically ...