Sampled Mirroring is an extension of the Mirroring feature and sampling is a property of the individual mirroring session: when the session's sample rate N is specified, a packet eligible for mirroring will have a 1/N chance of being mirrored, that is, 1 packet is mirrored for every N packets.

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

With the 16.0.1 release, clients connecting to the 6 GHz band can seamlessly connect to OWE-enabled SSIDs having Transition Mode. Arista APs support the Enhanced Open security protocol with Transition Mode built for open networks. Enhanced Open is based on Opportunistic Wireless Encryption (OWE). It is supported only in WiFi 6 and higher AP models. A few examples are C-360, C-260, C-250, C-230, O-235, etc.

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

OpenStack has a concept of shared tenant networks which let the admin can create a network which can be shared by all the

The show command 'show qos interface fabric' was introduced for DCS 7250QX and DCS 7300X series starting EOS

TOI 4.17.0F QoS

Delay request messages can now be set from log 7 to 8. To configure: switch(config)#interface Et5/1.

Nexthop groups is an existing feature which allows users to manually configure a set of tunnels with nexthops.

Hardware Table Capacity Monitoring is an existing feature to keep track of the capacity and utilization of various

Starting 8.8 release, Cloud customers can receive all events/alerts as SNMP traps. While configuring an SNMP trap

Source ARP with a virtual IP is a new VARP feature. The purpose of this feature is to change the ARP request header's

With the 13.0 release, you can enable spatial reuse from CloudVision Cognitive Unified Edge (CV-CUE) to improve the spectral efficiency and optimally allocate resources to meet the Quality of Service (QoS). With spatial reuse, two or more Wi-Fi devices (AP or client) that support 802.11ax protocols can send transmissions simultaneously without any significant data loss.

Spectrum analysis is a tool to analyze the RF environment for interference. For monitoring and troubleshooting of wireless networks, you must be aware of the RF environment in which the  APs operate.

This is an infrastructure that provides management of SSL certificates, keys and profiles. SSL/TLS is an application-layer protocol that provides secure transport between client and server through a combination of authentication, encryption and data integrity. SSL/TLS uses certificates and private-public key pairs to provide this security.

Stateful switchover is a redundancy mode available on systems with 2 supervisor cards. One supervisor card is active

TOI 4.20.6F

Static ARP inspection is a security feature that verifies the source IP and the source MAC addresses of each received

This feature enables configuring static IPv4 routes that specify the next hop by using an IPv6 address instead of an

Static multicast feature brings in capability to statically configure multicast routes on any Arista platform

A number of L4 7 appliances use the same MAC address to load balance services across two or more appliances that form the

Packet counters for Static and Twice NAT connections are now supported on the DCS 7150 series. This is a debug

The existing storm control interface configuration mode CLI commands have been extended to support the new

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

This feature introduces a new type of action that can be created and configured under Provisioning > Actions. These actions automate the process of assigning values to inputs in a studio and allow users to input data that originates from outside a studio.

These updates improve the layout of the Studios landing page by emphasizing essential studios and structuring all other studios in a more comprehensive, user-friendly way.

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

VXLAN tunneling requires that the switch where the tunnel terminates is configured with a VTEP that matches the configuration on the AP. CV-CUE now provides an easier way to match configurations on both AP and the switch. By having the same VXLAN configuration for access points (APs) and switches, you can aggregate all wireless traffic from the same VXLAN to a single wired destination for better traffic management and visibility.

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

The tag matcher is a new simple input in Studios that allows you to specify a list of devices to be passed as the value for another input field. It is similar to the resolver input in that it allows users to specify a set of devices or interfaces using tag queries, but unlike the resolver, the tag matcher doesn’t require a member input to be configured.

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