EOS-4.30.0F adds support for relaxing L1 CLI guards. This feature allows the ability to configure the handling of unsupported L1 configurations (e.g. speed, error-correction, etc.): either rejecting the unsupported configurations with error messages or prompting for confirmation with warning messages.

MDI/MDI-X refer to the pin layout of BASE-T ports on various networking devices. Historically, servers, workstations etc. use MDI pin layout while switches generally have MDI-X pin layout. MDI is part of the media attachment unit that provides the physical and electrical connection to the cabling medium when linking two endpoint devices.

This feature allows the user to reset the forward error correction (FEC) statistics counters shown in the output of

EOS 4.20.6F adds support for customizing SFP+ and QSFP+ transceiver transmit and receive DOM thresholds. There are

As of EOS 4.15.2F, the support for the tuning of tunable DWDM 10G SFP+ transceivers (10GBASE DWDM) is added.