In EOS 4.18.1, support for 25G/50G is added on 7500R, 7280R, 7500R2 and 7280R2 series. This feature provides forced

The BGP extended communities support within EOS has been enhanced to include support for 4 octet AS Extended BGP

Starting EOS release 4.15.2F, the ability to re number front panel ports of 7050QX 32S is supported.

The 7500E 6CFPX LC linecard with ACO CFP2 optics provides connectivity over DWDM systems and links. 7500E 6CFPX LC

This article describes a feature for Tap Aggregation mode, which strips IEEE 802.1BR E-Tag and Cisco VN-Tag headers from all tagged packets received on tap interface before delivering them out of tool interfaces.

802.1X port security controls who can send traffic through and receive traffic from the individual switch ports. A

This feature enables user to modify QoS parameters for SVI traffic (L3 VLAN) based on ACL classification. The QoS

Ingress policing provides the ability to monitor the data rates for a particular class of traffic and perform action

The active active neutron controller support in CVX enables the deployment of highly available neutron service with

Starting EOS 4.15.0F, users can configure NAT at IP address level with dynamically assigned one to one mapping

Filtered Mirroring allows certain packets to be selected for mirroring, rather than all packets ingressing or egressing a particular port.

Aggregate storm control with traffic class option provides the capability to rate limit BUM(Broadcast, Unknown

This article describes changes to the platform command 'show platform fm6000 agileports'. Earlier this command was

The 40G only ports on Trident 2 switches may now be configured as 1 lane of 10G, 1G, or 100M*. This

TOI 4.17.0F

This features enables ARPs learnt on an SVI interface to be converted into Host routes which can further be

TOI 4.20.1F

The "set as path prepend" clause in the config route map mode is enhanced to accept the "auto" keyword. The "auto"

This feature is provided on all platforms. The BGP listen range command has been modified to optionally allow

Support for asset tagging aids hardware identification by the use of user supplied strings. Fixed

TOI 4.20.1F

AVB technology allows transporting time sensitive professional grade audio and video streams over a switched

This feature detects whether a given EOS image is MLAG ISSU compatible with the currently running version on a switch.

As of EOS 4.17.0F, BFD support has been enhanced with support for configuring BFD within VRFs, improved scalability

TOI 4.17.0F BFD

BFD for static routes enables monitoring of directly connected next hop reachability using a BFD session. This is

TOI 4.20.1F

This document describes about RFC7130 on EOS. RFC7130 defines a mechanism to run BFD protocol on LAG with an

BFD Stateful Switchover (SSO) allows for a switchover from an active supervisor to a standby supervisor where BFD

IPv6 support for BFD in ISIS. BFD provides a faster convergence in scaled deployments where using aggressive times

At the beginning of 2014 the the Number Resource Organization announced that the pool of 2 byte BGP AS numbers had

BGP additional paths is an enhancement that allows a BGP router to advertise and receive multiple distinct paths for

BGP Add Path TX allows for a BGP speaker to advertise multiple paths (instead of a single best path) for a prefix towards

EOS BGP implementation normally considers only active routes in RIB for advertisement to its peers. In certain

The aggregate address advertise only feature adds the capability of NOT installing the Null0 route in the FIB/kernel

TOI 4.20.1F

The "set as path prepend" clause in route map configuration mode has been enhanced with the addition of the “last

To avoid hardware updates and route advertisement churn during switch reload or BGP instance start, BGP enters into

BGP Fallback AS offers the ability for BGP peering relationships be established with either the local as or the router

IPv6 BGP peers and IPv6 prefixes for non default VRFs are supported starting EOS 4.15.0F. All CLI commands available

The default policy behavior is to permit/accept all routes when a BGP neighbor or peer group is configured with a route

BGP Monitoring Protocol (BMP) [1] allows a monitoring station to connect to a router and collect all of the BGP

TOI 4.20.1F

EOS by default selects the prefix for ECMP if the two paths have the same AS PATH length regardless of the ASN values in

The BGP idle restart interval feature allows an idle BGP peer session to automatically restart after a configurable

BGP Non Stop Forwarding (NSF) aims to minimize the traffic loss when the the following scenarios occur:

The sub route map configuration simplifies routing policies by sharing common policy across route maps. Common

BGP TOI 4.17.0F

BGP Prefix Independent Convergence (PIC Edge) refers to fast re convergence of traffic destined for BGP prefixes on a

The BGP Prefix Independent Convergence (PIC Edge) is an existing feature that was first introduced in EOS 4.15.0F.

Nexthop Groups is a feature that allows users to manually configure a set of nexthops by specifying their nexthop

Nexthop Groups allow users to manually configure a set of nexthops by specifying their nexthop addresses and

TOI 4.20.1F

This feature adds support for a 'match route type' route map match clause in release 4.20.1F. This clause allows

TOI 4.20.1F

The BGP selective route download feature allows learning and advertising BGP prefixes without installing them in

BGP sFlow export is to add BGP route information including source and destination AS path information, local

BGP sFlow export is to add BGP route information in sFlow sample packet is the destination IP matches a BGP route. Prior

Unequal Cost Multi Path (UCMP) for BGP is a mechanism for forwarding traffic from a device for an ECMP route in the ratio

Bidirectional Protocol Independent Multicast (PIM) allows routers to build trees to deliver multicast traffic