Link Flap Damping is a feature designed to detect situations when an interface is continuously flapping. If enough flaps are done, the damping mechanism is triggered temporarily holding the interface link-down. This smoothes out link flap occurrences and reduces churn in the network caused by link flaps.

This command configures the default speed on all of the OSFP and QSFP-DD ports on a system. It can be applied on ports without any transceivers inserted.

On most PHYs, we run a sequence of steps in order to bring the links up reliably, because of it’s conservative nature,

This new CLI command provides all the DOM (Digital Optical Monitoring ) data of the transceiver for the operational

Coherent signaling technology is used for data transmission over long distances. These transmitted signals are