QSFP100 100G 4/40G/10G/25G/50 2. OSFP 50G 1, 100G 2, 200G 4, 400G 4. OSFP 25G, 50G 2, 100G 4, 10G, 40G

4.22.1F

This is an addendum to this TOI, which adds Accelerated Software Upgrade support for the 7280TR 48C6. All other

4.22.1F

This document explains how to configure and deploy Arista MSS with Check Point Software Technologies firewalls

This document explains how to configure and deploy Arista MSS with Fortinet FortiGate firewalls (also called

Bidirectional Forwarding Detection (BFD) control packets contain several bit flags which advertise session

4.22.1F

This feature adds support for user configured BGP Nexthop Resolution RIB profiles for various BGP based services

BGP update wait for convergence feature prevents BGP from programming routes into hardware and advertising routes

BGP Convergence 4.22.1F

This mechanism allows a session to lock the configuration of the switch to prevent any other session from altering the

CLI 4.22.1F 4.22.2F Lock

Network operators usually configure load balancing in their networks in order to distribute load across the links to

4.22.1F

The CVX preserve client state feature allows client state to be preserved on CVX even when the management connection

The EOS DHCP relay agent now supports forwarding of DHCP requests to DHCP servers located in a different VRF to the DHCP

4.22.1F

Support for DHCPv4 (RFC 2131)  and DHCPv6 Server (RFC 8415) was added to EOS-4.22.1 and EOS-4.23.0 respectively. EOS DHCP server leverages ISC Kea as backend. The router with DHCP Server enabled acts as a server that allocates and delivers network addresses with desired configuration parameters to its hosts.

DirectFlow runs alongside the existing layer 2/3 forwarding plane, enabling a network architecture that incorporates new capabilities, such as TAP aggregation and custom traffic engineering, alongside traditional forwarding models. DirectFlow allows users to define flows that consist of match conditions and actions to perform that are a superset of the OpenFlow 1.0 specification. DirectFlow does not require a controller or any third party integration as flows can be installed via the CLI.

EOS 4.22.1F adds support for disabling the IS IS authentication check for received IS IS PDUs. By enabling this

When passive non Dot1x speaking devices are connected to Dot1x port and it is expected that they would be

4.22.1F

The differentiated services code point (DSCP) is a 6 bit field in the IP header, which can be used to mark traffic for

DSCP 4.22.1F Florence

As of 4.22.1F Load Balance Profiles can be used to explicitly configure ECMP Load Balance parameters. In addition,

This feature supports counting ECN marked packets (ECN Explicit Congestion Notification) on a per egress port per tx

4.22.1F 4.25.1F

This feature is available when configuring Layer2 EVPN or EVPN IRB. As described in RFC7432 section 15

Forwarding destination prediction enables visibility into how a packet is forwarded through the switch, allowing you to determine which interfaces a packet would egress out of. Typical use cases include, but are not limited to, determining egress members for Port-Channels and ECMPs. Note that ECMPs and Port-Channels are essentially the same in terms of forwarding destinations.

4.22.1F EOS 4.27.2F

gNOI (gRPC Network Operations Interface) defines a set of gRPC based microservices for executing operational

OpenConfig 4.22.1F GNOI Ping

gNOI (gRPC Network Operations Interface) defines a set of gRPC based microservices for executing operational

This feature introduces hardware forwarding support for IPv4 over IPv4 GRE tunnel interfaces on selected Arista

GRE Tunnel 4.22.1F

This solution builds upon the feature developed in previous releases for federating multiple instances of VCS

4.22.1F

This feature allows the leaking of connected routes from one VRF (the source VRF) to another VRF (the destination VRF)

4.22.1F introduces support for ip address virtual for PIM and IGMP in MLAG and Vxlan. On a VLAN, the same IP address can

PIM Mlag VXLAN Igmp 4.22.1F

Support for DHCPv4 and DHCPv6 Server was added to EOS 4.22.1 and EOS 4.23.0 respectively. The feature is based on ISC

4.22.1F DHCP Server

Lanz Mirroring feature allows users to automatically mirror traffic queued as a result of congestion to either CPU or

4.22.1F

Lanz Mirroring feature allows users to automatically mirror traffic queued as a result of congestion to either CPU or

LANZ 4.21.0F 4.22.1F

Add support for IPv6 management address in LLDP. An LLDP packet requires a management address, that is typically one

4.22.1F

This feature allows classification of packets on QoS policy-maps based on the COS/Vlan+COS bits in the 802.1q header of the packet. CoS (Class of Service) corresponds to the Priority code point (PCP) bits in the 802.1q header.

When using ingress replication, there are two possible buffer types: mini multicast buffers and full multicast

4.22.1F

This feature adds support for allowing multiple destinations in a single monitor session. Reference

RFC4364 supports exporting VRF routes into the VPN table and advertising these VPN routes to peers. Exporting the VRF

4.22.1F

The Multicast Source Discovery Protocol (MSDP) provides a mechanism to connect together multiple PIM Sparse Mode

BGP Multi Agent 4.22.1F MSDP

Octa is a process which combines OpenConfig and certain TerminAttr functionality, primarily with the intent of

OpenConfig 4.22.1F Octa

This feature introduces the support for OSPF routes over GRE tunnels under default as well as non default VRFs. The

EOS 4.22.1F added support for multiple OSPFv2 instances to be configured in the default VRF. .

EOS 4.22.1F adds support for multiple OSPFv2 instances to be configured in the default VRF. This

This feature extends the “bgp bestpath as path multipath relax” command with the optional

4.22.1F

This feature adds support to configure and apply different COS to TC profiles on Front Panel Ports and Port Channel

QoS 4.22.1F COS To TC

In a Mlag setup with Pim SSM, one peer becomes the DR for a layer 3 interface and is responsible for routing multicast

Power over Ethernet (PoE) is a way of delivering power and data over the same Ethernet wires. There have been multiple

4.22.1F

This feature allows configuring user defined tunnel RIBs for the resolution of LDP pseudowire endpoints. User

This feature provides support for advertising IPv4 unicast Network Layer Reachability Information (NLRI) with

BGP RFC5549 4.22.1F Next Hop

This document describes a new CLI command to help debug how and why route maps permit and deny paths. The aim of this CLI

RSVP TE Bandwidth management feature allows signaled paths to reserve a specified amount of bandwidth per egress

4.22.1F RVSP

RSVP TE node protection is a Fast ReRoute feature that provides protection against the failure of nexthop LSR in the

4.22.1F

Segment Routing Traffic Engineering Policy (SR TE) aka SR Policy makes use of Segment Routing (SR) to allow a headend

Segment Routing Traffic Engineering Policy (SR TE) aka SR Policy makes use of Segment Routing (SR) to allow a headend