Bidirectional Protocol Independent Multicast (PIM) allows routers to build trees to deliver multicast traffic

Static multicast feature brings in capability to statically configure multicast routes on any Arista platform

Policy Based Routing (PBR) provides the flexibility of routing according to custom defined policies in a way that

Nexthop groups in EOS currently only support IPv4 entries and only IPv4 routes can point to nexthop groups. This

Secondary private VLAN trunk ports are introduced in the EOS 4.15.2F release. This feature can

This article describes changes to the platform command 'show platform fm6000 agileports'. Earlier this command was

This article describes the addition of a show command to display the mapping between tap and tool ports on a per

Hardware Table Capacity Monitoring is a new feature to keep track of the capacity and utilization of various hardware

Some data plane features on some switch platforms may require packets to be recirculated through the switch chip in

LANZ on DCS 7280SE and DCS 7500E adds support for monitoring congestion on front panel ports at a more granular level

The 7250X and 7300 series use an optimized internal CLOS design with multiple port ASICs interconnected via Fabric

VXLAN multicast decapsulation enables VTEPs that only support HER (Head End Replication) to terminate multicast

This feature detects whether a given EOS image is MLAG ISSU compatible with the currently running version on a switch.

This feature allows routing traffic across two Vrf domains on the same switch using an external loopback cable

This feature enables configuring static IPv4 routes that specify the next hop by using an IPv6 address instead of an

VxLAN bridging enables stretching Layer 2 domains across a Layer 3 cloud. VxLAN routing provides the capability to

This feature enables exchanging IPv4 NLRI using MP BGP over an IPv6 TCP connection.  Additionally, this feature

Bidirectional Forwarding Detection(BFD) is a low overhead protocol designed to provide rapid detection of

This feature adds authentication support for OSPFv3. Unlike OSPFv2, OSPFv3 does not have authentication fields