With the 14.0 release, you can add device passwords and AP-Server Key passphrase as defined in the password policy. The passwords are based on the password policy and password settings that you configure in CV-CUE.

This feature provides the capability to mirror special L2 control frames, called the Pause or Priority Flow Control

Policy Based Routing (PBR) provides the flexibility of routing according to custom defined policies in a way that

Prior to EOS 14.15.0F, if a single packet hit both a PBR and an ACL rule, then only the hardware counters corresponding

The per port per VLAN feature allows application of QoS policies for IP, IPv6 and non IP traffic on a per port per VLAN

TOI 4.17.0F

DCS 7010T. DCS 7050X. DCS 7250X. DCS 7260X. DCS 7280E, DCS 7280R. DCS 7300X. DCS 7320X. DCS 7500E,

Per VLAN MAC Learning is a feature to enable/disable mac learning per vlan instead of per port. Using this feature with

TOI 4.17.0F

Permitting traffic during ACL updates has been available for traffic steering in tap aggregation mode since EOS

PFC (Priority based Flow Control) is a flow control mechanism used in RDMA environments. PFC provides a link level

This feature enables detection of egress queues that are unable to transmit packets for prolonged periods of time

DCS 7050X/X2/X3 series. DCS 7060X/X2/X3 series. In previous releases, PFC Watchdog supported only queues

Introduction. PIM Static Source Discovery (PIM SM SSD) is a feature implemented as part of PIM SM. Familiarity with

TOI 4.20.1F

PIM VRF feature adds VRF support to these existing multicast protocols: PIM SM, PIM BSR, IGMP and MSDP.

Ingress policing on front panel ports is supported on DCS 7010X and DCS 7050X since EOS4.14.0F. When ingress policing

TOI 4.17.0F

Traffic is managed through policy maps that apply data shaping methods to specific data streams. A policy map is a data

TOI 4.20.1F

QoS profiles have been applicable on fabric and front panel ports across all platforms from EOS 4.17.0F release

Policy Based Routing (PBR) is a feature that is applied on routable ports, to preferentially route packets.  This is

Port Security: Protect mode (PortSec Protect) is newly added to the Port Security feature and is designed to restrict

Port Channel member status logging on Arista switches allows logging of Ethernet interfaces joining or leaving a

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Starting EOS 4.15.0F, a BGP route reflector can preserve the BGP attributes (next hop, local preference and metric)

This document describes the enhancements to Arista's IEEE 1588 PTP implementation introduced in EOS 4.15.0F.

This feature makes ARP and ND packets use a higher priority output queue when software forwarded on the switch. Doing

Since, now there can be multiple inputs, conflicts may arise. Non conflicting configurations are when non default

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QSFP+ modules that support TX power DOM will now display the reported TX power value via show interfaces transceiver.

Forward Error Correction (FEC) is required with some QSFP100 media to achieve error free operation of the link when

RACL divergence enables the optimization of the utilization of hardware resources by installing ACLs only on the

TCAM sharing between different VLAN Interfaces when they have same ACL attached : Configurable via CLI

With the 13.0 release, CloudVision Cognitive Unified Edge (CV-CUE) can redirect onboarding clients to a dynamic URL defined by the RADIUS. If the  RADIUS access-accept request has a role and a redirection URL for a client, access points (AP) can redirect such client’s HTTP or HTTPS requests. 

Some data plane features on some switch platforms may require packets to be recirculated through the switch chip in

This feature allows to advertise routes learnt via BGP into IS IS network or IS IS routes into BGP network. It also

This feature removes an ARP entry when the physical port, on which the ARP entry's MAC address is learned, goes down.

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In the 14.0 release, CloudVision Cognitive Unified Edge (CV-CUE) introduces a new Report, WiFi-Radios Instantaneous.

Arista WM gathers a wealth of data about the wireless deployment. The data gathered includes Wireless Intrusion

Equal Cost Multi path (ECMP) provides the ability to load share traffic across multiple next hops.

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The transmit power configured on UI is now treated as EIRP (Equivalent Isotropically Radiated Power) instead of

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

This feature provides support for advertising IPv4 unicast Network Layer Reachability Information (NLRI) with

BGP TOI 4.17.0F

EOS 4.17.0F adds support for IPv4 address family in OSPFv3 (multiple address family support) based on RFC5838.

Multi Agent, Platform independent. This feature supports RFC 7606, which  provides improved security and

TOI 4.20.1F

With the 16.0 release, CloudVision Cognitive Unified Edge (CV-CUE) introduces the Client Roaming Explorer. It provides a graphical and tabular view of a client’s roaming events from one access point (AP) to another AP.

The broadcast queue towards the CPU is shared among all interfaces of the forwarding chip. So broadcast storm on a

This feature allows routing traffic across two Vrf domains on the same switch using an external loopback cable

In an MLAG setup, routing on a switch (MLAG peer) is possible using its own bridge/system MAC, VARP MAC or VRRP MAC.

With the 13.0 release, you can integrate SAML SSO with a captive portal for authentication. The SAML integration functionality is only available for captive portals hosted on the Arista Cloud. It is not available if the captive portal is hosted on third-party servers or on the access point.

Sampled Mirroring is an extension of the Mirroring feature and sampling is a property of the

With the 13.0 release, you can schedule the Automatic Channel Selection (ACS) to run at a specific time of the day and minimize service disruption.

Secondary private VLAN trunk ports are introduced in the EOS 4.15.2F release. This feature can

Selective Q in Q tunneling feature allows a set of customer VLANs (hereafter referred to as c vlan(s)) to be tunneled

On 7500E, sFlow output interface feature enables sFlow to use the hardware provided output interface and

ACL based QoS programmed on SVIs can share hardware resources starting from EOS 4.17.0F. This results in

TOI 4.17.0F QoS