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 15.0 release, CloudVision Cognitive Unified Edge (CV-CUE) introduces the following enhancements to the Unique-PSK(UPSK) workflow:

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.

With the 16.0 release, you can authenticate edge devices from a centrally managed network access control server using the 802.1X authentication. As a network administrator, you want to authenticate the access points (APs), before the APs connect to the network. To enable the authentication, you need to first configure the uplink port on the AP using CV-CUE.

This feature adds the capability to import as path access-list from a URL, in release 4.20.1F. The file specified by the URL can contain one or more as-path access-list entries. All the entries that are in the file are added to the as-path access-list being configured. This feature gives the advantage of using one EOS CLI command to configure many as-path access-list entries, instead of adding each one of them line by line in the CLI.

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 VLAN on the switch. This mapping can be either bidirectional or applied only in one direction (incoming/outgoing).

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

Vxlan routing in multichip systems uses the different modules to do different portions of the packet processing.

MLAG provides Layer2 active/active redundancy. VXLAN is supported over an MLAG setup by having the two switches

This document describes VXLAN routing with overlay VRFs on the DCS 7050X platforms. The feature allows users to

Up until now, the mirroring ACLs on the DCS 7150 series used to support only the security ACL rules. This meant that

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

With the 16.0 release, CV-CUE introduces Webhooks that let you send alert notifications in real time to third-party applications. By configuring a webhook, you can share content and notifications with external applications such as Microsoft Teams, ServiceNow, Slack, GSpace, etc.

EOS supports different scheduling policies which dictate the way packets at different transmit queues

With the 14.0 release, CV-CUE introduces the following enhancements to WIPS to ensure compliance with Wi-Fi 6 and 6E security requirements:

With the 13.0.1 release, you can monitor wired hosts that are physically connected to access points (APs) through Ethernet cables. Currently, the W-118 AP and W-318 AP through their additional LAN ports support connecting hosts directly to the AP.

With the 13.0 release, you can now view switch-related data, which is managed by CVaaS, from CV-CUE. With this capability, CV-CUE provides you full visibility of the edge network from a single pane. You can monitor the network and make informed decisions –  for example, when you want to troubleshoot any network issues and find out whether the root cause lies in the wired architecture or the wireless.

With the 12.0 release, you can view the details of access switches to which the access points (APs) are connected on the MONITOR > Switch page in CloudVision Cognitive Unified Edge (CV-CUE). The Switch page displays the list of switches to which the APs are connected and the connected Wi-Fi clients. 

WRED ( Weighted Random Early Detection ) is one of the congestion management techniques. 

EOS Yum support is a feature that allows yum repositories to be configured and saved in the running config. This allows