ACL counters can be displayed on a per chip basis by passing an additional option in the ACL show command. The output of

ACL Counters 4.22.0F

Tagging traffic with a drop precedence is a method that can be used to differentiate traffic flows over a given

This feature provides the capability to count the number of packets hitting rules associated with egress ACLs

Counters 4.25.0F

This feature provides the capability to count the number of packets hitting rules associated with egress ACLs

Counters 4.25.0F

A variety of dynamic counter features, primarily configured by the [no] hardware counter feature [feature] CLI commands, may be enabled simultaneously. Compatibility of these features has been enhanced to allow for greater flexibility in simultaneously enabled counter features. 

The EOS Event Manager feature provides the ability to specify a condition and an action to be carried out when that

The EOS Event Manager feature provides the ability to specify a condition and an action to be carried out when that

Fast poll counters allow for rapid collection of a basic set of MAC counters on supported platforms at a very high

Prior to EOS 4.27.0F, MPLS tunnel egress counters could only be enabled for all MPLS tunnels present in the system

MPLS Counters 4.27.0

Hardware counter feature allows enabling counters for features using programmable hardware counter resources.

Counters 4.22.0F

This feature provides support for per interface ingress/egress packet/byte counters for both IPv4 and IPv6.

Counters 4.23.0F

This feature provides support for packet and byte ingress counters for IPv6 multicast routes.

The per-CoS (Class of Service) discard counters allow the device to count discarded packets on the switch extender based on the packet COS. For ingress, there are three categories of traffic: regular traffic, control plane traffic, and flow-control traffic (used for end-to-end congestion control).

Counters EOS 4.28.1F

This feature modifies the display format of “show interface Tunnel <num> counters” on hardware

This feature modifies the display format of “show interface Tunnel <num> counters”. 

When an interface is overloaded with packets and goes beyond its buffering capabilities, packet drops become

The IPv6 multicast route counters count packets and bytes per group, source and vrf . Every IPv6

Multicast Counters

The multicast route counters count packets and bytes per group, source and vrf. Every multicast route will be counted when the feature is turned on if there are sufficient hardware counter resources available. 

WRED stands for Weighted Random Early Detection for congestion avoidance. A queue can differentiate certain

Counters WRED 4.24.2

The VxLAN VTEP and VNI counters feature allows the device to count VxLAN packets received and sent by the device on a per

VNI VTEP Counters VXLAN 4.22.1F

The VxLAN VTEP counters feature allows the device to count VxLAN packets received and sent by the device on a per

TOI VTEP 4.17.0F Counters VXLAN

The VxLAN VTEP counters feature allows the device to count VxLAN packets received and sent by the device on a per VTEP

Counters VXLAN 4.24.2F

The VxLAN VTEP counters feature allows the device to count VxLAN packets received and sent by the device on a per VTEP

Counters VXLAN 4.24.2F