The DCS 7280E and DCS 7500E platforms are virtual output queue (VOQ) based architectures where there is a VOQ for all

One of the reasons why Wi-Fi clients encounter RF issues is non-Wi-Fi interference. All Wi-Fi 6 and above APs can perform interference classification. CloudVision Cognitive Unified Edge (CV-CUE) classifies interference into four categories — Wi-Fi, Microwave Oven (MWO), Frequency Hopping Spread Spectrum (FHSS), and Continuous Wave (CW).

With this feature, Arista 7050 and 7050X series of switches can now decapsulate IP in IP tunneled packets.

Similar to L4 ports, ACL rules can be configured to filter ingress packets based on their IP length (present in the IPv4

IP Source Guard (IPSG) is a security feature that can help prevent IP spoofing attacks. It filters inbound IP packets

With this feature, IP packets matching a static Nexthop Group route can be encapsulated within an IP in IP tunnel and

This feature enables dataplane forwarding of IPv4 traffic on interfaces that are not IPv4 address enabled, but only

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IPv4 routes of certain prefix lengths can be optimized for enhanced route scale on 7500E, 7280E, 7500R and 7280R

As of EOS 4.15.0F, VRRP is supported in a VRF context. Virtual IP addresses can be reused in different VRF contexts,

IPv6 access lists can be used to filter IPv6 network traffic. Starting EOS 4.15.0F release, we have added support

IPv6 egress ACLs applied to routed interfaces across the same chip on the DCS 7500E and the DCS 7280E series can be

Arista switches use the hashing algorithm to load balance traffic among LAG (Link Aggregation Group) members

The IPv6 Neighbor Discovery protocol performs Neighbor Unreachability Detection (NUD) in order to determine if two

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Nexthop groups in EOS currently only support IPv4 entries and only IPv4 routes can point to nexthop groups. This

Policy-Based Routing (PBR) provides the flexibility of routing according to custom-defined policies

With this, IPv6 routes can be configured pointing to a static Nexthop group of 2 types:. Type

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IPv6 Router Advertisement Consistency Logging, when enabled, allows for notification through syslogging of

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This feature adds IPv6 VRF support to Open Shortest Path First(OSPF) Protocol version 3. It allows for OSPFv3

EOS 4.15.0F is introducing support of IPv6 management capabilities inside a VRF. This means existing management

This feature adds the support for IPv6 unicast in a VRF context in EOS. This entails static routing and dynamic

IS IS adjacency uptime describes the uptime or downtime of neighbors since the last state change.

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Bidirectional Forwarding Detection(BFD) is a low overhead protocol designed to provide rapid detection of

The difference between the two forms of authentication is in the level of security provided. In case of clear text authentication, the password is specified as text in the authentication TLV, making it possible for an attacker to break the authentication by sniffing and capturing IS-IS PDUs on the network.

IS IS Graceful Restart adds support for Restart Signaling for IS IS, IETF RFC 5306. When IS IS is used

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By default if there's a hostname configured on the switch, it is used as the IS IS hostname. It is also possible to

An IS IS router can be configured as Level 1 2 which can form adjacencies and exchange routing information with both

IS IS Multi Topology support enables an IS IS router to compute a separate topology for IPv4 and IPv6 links in the

This feature enables an Arista switch to run the IS IS routing protocol over a tunnel interface to another IS IS

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IS IS SR feature provides knobs to configure various types of segments which are distributed as part of IS IS LSPs (Link

Level 1 2 routers set attached bit in their Level 1 LSPs to indicate their reachability to the rest of the network. A

SPF Timers can be used in IS IS to throttle the frequency of shortest path first (SPF) computations. In networks with a

The default behavior of a level 1 router running IS IS is to install a default route to a level 1 2 router present in a

This feature adds Intermediate System to Intermediate System (IS IS) support for IP version 6 (IPv6) address family

This feature provides a way to export non ISIS routes into level 1, level 2 or both by using route map's set clause. The

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This feature extends the IS IS set overload bit command to support wait for BGP option. In scenarios

In our current implementation, on a switch with default startup config or no config, all ports come up in access

This feature is available when configuring BGP in the multi agent routing protocol model. Ethernet

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L3 interface ingress counters can be used to count routable traffic coming into the box on sub interfaces and vlan

LACP on Loopback Interfaces allows for Active Port Channels on one or more interfaces whose link endpoints terminate

LACP State Transition Event Monitoring on Arista switches allows for quick and filterable viewing of LACP state

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LAGs are allocated hardware resources on transition from one member (software LAG) to two members (hardware LAG) and

Arista switches use the hashing algorithm to load balance traffic among LAG (Link Aggregation Group) members

This document describes the current status of LANZ on DCS 7500R, DCS 7280R and DCS 7020R, for both polling and

LANZ on 7160S 32CQ, 7160 48YC6 and 7160 48TC6 adds support for monitoring congestion on front panel ports with Start,

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Loop protection is a loop detection and prevention method which is independent of Spanning Tree Protocol (STP) and is not disabled when the switch is in switchport backup mode or port is in discarding state. The LoopProtect agent has a method to detect loops and take action based on the configuration by the user. In order to find loops in the system, a loop detection frame is sent out periodically on each interface that loop protection is enabled on. The frame carries broadcast destination MAC address, bridge MAC source address, OUI Extended EtherType 0x88b7 as well as information to specify the origins of the packet.

The Label Distribution Protocol (LDP) is a protocol in the Multiprotocol Label Switching (MPLS) context that allows

The LDP pseudowire feature provides support for emulating Ethernet connections over a Multiprotocol Label

Leaf Smart System Upgrade (SSU) provides the ability to upgrade the EOS image with minimal traffic disruption.Note: It is possible that SSU shutdown and bootup are not supported in the same image. If a product has shutdown support in image A and bootup support in a later image B, then SSU upgrade cannot be performed from image A to any images earlier than image B, including image A itself. However, upgrading from image A to image B onwards is allowed.

Link Fault Signalling (LFS) is a mechanism by which remote link faults are asserted over a link experiencing

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With the 14.0 release, CloudVision Cognitive Unified Edge (CV-CUE) removes the Wireless Manager(WM) UI dependency for login and for applying the service license. You will no longer be redirected to WM and can now directly login to CV-CUE from the UI.