Enough fabric capacity is needed to sustain line rate traffic of front panel ports of each switch element (FAP).

Fabric Sand 4.23.1F

EOS 4.23.1F added basic MLAG support for 7800R3, 7500R3 and 7280R3 platforms. The MLAG features that are currently

Mlag 4.23.1F

In the multi agent routing protocol model, the Bgp agent now supports matching community lists with a logical OR via

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

Global layer 3 Maximum Transfer Unit (MTU) feature provides a CLI command to set the MTU value for all layer 3

MTU 4.23.1F

gRIBI (gRPC Routing Information Base Interface) defines an interface through which OpenConfig AFT (Abstract

Arista campus switches allow extensive and fine grained hardware based flow tracking and management features. They

IP Locking is an EOS feature configured on an Ethernet Layer 2 port.  When enabled, it ensures that a port will only permit IP and ARP packets with IP source addresses that have been authorized. As of EOS-4.25.0F release update, IP locking can run in two modes - IPv4 Locking (which will be referred to as IP Locking) and IPv6 Locking, which can be configured using the commands mentioned in the below sections. IP Locking prevents another host on a different interface from claiming ownership of an IP address through either IP or ARP spoofing.

IP Locking is an EOS feature configured on an Ethernet Layer 2 port.  When enabled, it ensures that a port will only

4.23.1F

The goal of Dynamic Flooding is to allow IS IS to scale to large, dense topologies such as Leaf Spine topologies. In such

4.23.1F

When the MLAG peer link goes down, the secondary peer assumes the primary peer is down/dead, and takes over the primary

MLDv2 Snooping optimizes the transmission of multicast packets in Layer 2 by using Layer 3 information contained in

4.23.1F

This feature provides per multicast route ingress packet and byte counters for multicast routed packets.

4.23.1F

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

GRE OSPF 4.23.1F

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. .

RSVP TE applies the Resource Reservation Protocol (RSVP) for Traffic Engineering (TE), i.e., to distribute MPLS

4.21.1F RSVP 4.23.1F

This command stores and displays a list of failed BGP connection attempts for each peer. This may be particularly

BGP 4.23.1F 4.22.3F

SNMP IP address ACL support provides the ability to add access lists to limit the source addresses that can be used to

SNMP ACL 4.23.1F

This feature adds three new SNMP traps for MAC move, learn, and age events: aristaMacMove, aristaMacLearn, and

This feature adds support for static inter VRF routes. This enables configuration of routes to destinations in one

EOS 4.23.1F introduces the ability to configure the color extended community in route map set clauses and in an

BGP SR-TE 4.23.1F

Add support for Layer 3 MTU on 7280R3/7500R3/7800R3 switches. Enforces the MTU for Layer 3 packets on

MTU 4.23.1F Jericho2

Extra MPLS pop is a feature for TAP Aggregation that allows one to remove 4 to 6 MPLS labels from a packet. Previously,

4.23.1F

Two rate three color marker (TrTCM) meters an incoming packet stream and marks the packets based on two rates, PIR

This feature enables support for migrating from only using VCS as the control plane to only using EVPN as a control

VCS EVPN VXLAN 4.23.1F

This document describes the support of VxLAN Bridging and Routing on the R3 series of DCS 7280, 7500 and 7800 Arista

4.23.1F