A traffic storm is a flood of packets entering a network, resulting in excessive traffic and degraded performance.

This feature enables ACL functionality on subinterfaces. ACLs on subinterfaces are configured using the

TOI 4.17.0F

Subinterfaces are logical L3 interfaces that enable the division of a single Ethernet or Port channel interface into

The guaranteed bandwidth feature ensures minimum bandwidth for outgoing lower priority traffic from a

TOI 4.17.0F

This feature enables the user to configure PBR policy on an interface in any VRF, to match and forward incoming packets

TOI 4.20.6F

This feature enables the user to configure PBR policy on an interface in the default VRF to match and forward

TOI 4.17.0F PBR

This feature adds support for standard BGP GSHUT (0xFFFF0000) community. GSHUT community is the community used in

When configuring or modifying a RACL applied to a VLAN interface, the VLAN will be blocked while applying the updated

For modular systems operating under the SSO redundancy policy, if  the system database agent (Sysdb) on the

With the 13.0 release, CloudVision Cognitive Unified Edge (CV-CUE) introduces system backup and restore capability. You can back up the entire system or only the configuration files, and restore them when needed.

Role based access control (RBAC) is an approach to regulating access to network resources based on the roles of

In TAP Aggregation mode, when receiving a packet whose Frame Check Sequence (FCS) is corrupted, the default behavior

This article describes the Tap Aggregation MPLS Pop feature. The purpose of this feature is to support tools that do not parse MPLS labels and therefore need the switch to remove (pop) the MPLS header.

The traffic steering policies used in tap aggregation mode allow steering traffic from tap to tool ports using ‘set

This article describes a new TAP Aggregation TCAM profile and a corresponding enhancement to the TAP Aggregation

This article describes the Tap Aggregation Traffic Steering on MPLS Labels feature. The purpose of this feature is to

TOI 4.20.1F

This TOI briefs the commands related to the traffic steering policies used in Tap Aggregation. These commands

As of EOS 4.15.0F, there are two general enhancements to Tap Aggregation on the 7500E platform in 4.15.0F:

As of 4.15.0F, tap aggregation can be configured in conjunction with other switching and routing features.  This

The Tap Aggregation Manager (TAM) is a GUI front end for configuring and monitoring Tap Aggregation features of

This article describes the addition of a show command to display the mapping between tap and tool ports on a per

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

This document describes the truncation capability for Tap Aggregation, which allows tapped traffic to be truncated to a smaller size before being transmitted.

With the 13.0 release, you can enable Target Wake Time(TWT) from CloudVision Cognitive Unified Edge (CV-CUE). TWT is one of the advanced features of Wi-Fi 6. It enables access points (AP) and stations (STAs) to negotiate schedules for active and sleep durations.

This article describes the TAP Aggregation User Defined Fields feature. The purpose of the User Defined

This feature adds support for viewing the Digital Optical Monitoring (DOM) parameters for the optics that support

As of EOS 4.15.2F, the support for the tuning of tunable DWDM 10G SFP+ transceivers (10GBASE DWDM) is added.

The BGP labeled unicast (LU) RFC is used to advertise BGP routes with a stack of MPLS labels, thereby allowing

TOI 4.20.1F

Trident2 is a Switch on Chip (SoC) single chip with support for up to 1280Gbps of forwarding capacity (oversubscribed

This feature provides a configuration option to disable egress IPv4 RACL sharing allowing for uRPF to be configured.

Unidirectional links is a feature that configures an Ethernet interface transmit and receive paths to be

EOS 4.20.6F adds support for customizing SFP+ and QSFP+ transceiver transmit and receive DOM thresholds. There are

TOI 4.20.6F

With the 13.0 release, CloudVision Cognitive Unified Edge (CV-CUE) lets you configure Unique PSK (UPSK) for client authentication. UPSKs allow users  to connect to the same SSID using a unique PSK which is user specific. UPSK provides added security as compared to single PSK because single PSKs are easily compromised.

With the 12.0 release, you can check for available upgrades and upgrade your server to the latest version of CloudVision Cognitive Unified Edge (CV-CUE).  Only a Superuser  can initiate a server upgrade.

This feature adds the capability to import as path access list from a URL, in release 4.20.1F.  The file

TOI 4.20.1F

Role based access control (RBAC) is an approach to regulating access to network resources based on the roles of

Packets which exceed the L2 Maximum Transmission unit (MTU) in EOS are dropped. The value of the L2 MTU is configurable

This feature enables exchanging IPv4 NLRI using MP BGP over an IPv6 TCP connection.  Additionally, this feature

The VLAN mapping or translation feature provides the ability to map an arbitrary VLAN tag to a particular bridging

As of EOS 4.15.2F, VM Tracer adds support for VMware NSX V. This includes supporting NSX V specific features, improved

This document describes how to use the new feature, VRRP IPv6 using VRRP IPv4 MAC prefixes. RFC 5798 defines a specific

When a frame gets bridged from an edge port to a VXLAN core port, it is necessary to encode the QOS fields in the outer

The VXLAN Control Service (VCS) provides a mechanism by which hardware VTEPs share states between each other in order

Hardware Head End Replication (HW HER) optimizes flooding of inter VTEP broadcast, unknown unicast and broadcast

In EOS 4.18.0F, VXLAN direct routing was introduced on the 7500R and 7280E/R series platforms. VXLAN routing

VXLAN multicast decapsulation enables VTEPs that only support HER (Head End Replication) to terminate multicast

VXLAN is a Layer 2 technology that helps you to create a virtual Layer 2 network (overlay network) on top of a physical

With the 12.0 release, CloudVision Cognitive Unified Edge (CV-CUE) supports a new tunnel type —  VXLAN over IPSec. You need to specify a tunnel type when you create an SSID.

VxLAN bridging enables stretching Layer 2 domains across a Layer 3 cloud. VxLAN routing provides the capability to

The 7500 and 7280 switch series platforms have previously supported VXLAN bridging, which enables stretching of