Support for Media Access Control Security (MACsec) with static keys was added in EOS 4.15.4. This feature brings

TOI 4.17.0F MacSec

A MACsec port with this feature enabled transmits LLDP frames without MACSec encryption and receives LLDP frames

MacSec 4.21.0F

If MACsec is enabled on an interface, it tries to establish MACsec Key Agreement (MKA) session(s) with its peer.

MacSec 4.21.1F

Media Access Control Security (MACSec) is an industry standard encryption mechanism that protects all traffic flowing on the Ethernet links. MACSec is based on IEEE 802.1X and IEEE 802.1AE standards.

Media Access Control Security (MACSec) is an industry standard encryption mechanism to protect all traffic flowing on Ethernet links. Mac Security is described in IEEE 802.1X and IEEE 802.1AE standards.

This feature enables MacSec service over VxLAN . Macsec over Vxlan is provided by mapping a VNI, Remote VTEP Ip to a

MacSec 4.21.1F

Support for Media Access Control Security ( MACsec ) was added in EOS-4.15.4. MACsec defines a secure channel ( SC ) from one peer to another peer as a security relationship which provides security guarantees for the frames transmitted from the first peer to the second peer.

MacSec EOS 4.28.2F

Support for Media Access Control Security (MACsec) was added in EOS 4.15.4. It introduced the concept of configuring

MacSec 4.21.1F

Support for Media Access Control Security ( MACsec ) was added in EOS-4.15.4. It introduced the concept of configuring pre-shared keys ( PSKs ) for the purpose of MKA negotiation.

MacSec EOS 4.28.0F

Media Access Control Security (MACsec) is an industry standard encryption mechanism that protects all traffic

MacSec 4.24.2 Cipher

Media Access Control Security (MACsec) is an industry standard security technology that provides secure

VLAN tagged MACsec refers to frames that have a VLAN tag between the MAC source address and the MACsec ethertype.  This VLAN tag is unencrypted (in the clear) so that intermediate devices between the MACsec endpoints can forward the MACsec frames based on this unencrypted VLAN tag.