Support for AES GCM has been added as a method for storing symmetric secrets in EOS. This applies to secrets that must be

This feature improves the switch behavior when it overheats. The feature can be configured using the CLI.

Tagging traffic with a drop precedence is a method that can be used to differentiate traffic flows over a given

Traditionally, the OpenConfig gNMI service is based on a dial in model. A client sends a request to the gNMI server and

This document describes the support for interface policing counters on interfaces where interface policing feature is configured. Counters for this feature provide information on how many packets are being allowed or dropped on a given interface via the policers configured. The counters are only supported on interfaces where dedicated policers are configured.

This feature allows configuration of the IS IS CSNP generation interval. The default CSNP interval is 10

IS-IS 4.27.0F CSNP

Egress Peer Engineering (EPE) using BGP LU enables traffic engineering of the links between Autonomous Systems

BGP-LU EPE 4.27.0F

[L2 EVPN] and  [Multicast EVPN IRB] solutions allow for the delivery of customer BUM (Broadcast, Unknown unicast and Multicast) traffic in a L2VPN and L3VPNs respectively using multicast in the underlay network.

A Link Aggregation Group (LAG) is used to aggregate/gather together multiple physical links into a single logical

LAG Hash 4.27.0F IP Protocol

Policing is typically done on the L2 packet size - that is, the size on the wire, excluding the Preamble, Start Frame Delimiter (SFD), and Interpacket Gap (IPG). To ensure that the policer polices the right amount of L2 packet size, a default packet size adjustment is configured, which is deducted from the size seen on wire.

This brief TOI describes a small update made to Arista’s implementation of the Best Master Clock Algorithm (BMCA),

RADIUS protocol specifies the existence of Dynamic Authorization messages which provides a mechanism to change the

Radius Dot1x 4.27.0F Radsec

The sFlow source IP address (also known as the agent IP address) is placed in the sFlow datagrams that the switch sends

Sflow 4.27.0F

Support for matching of DSCP / ECN is available under the QOS class map configuration on Arista switches.

Nexthop groups is a routing mechanism where users can configure a set of nexthops by specifying their nexthop