This document describes the CLI introduced to change the default hardware FEC allocation scheme for IPv4/IPv6 attached routes. By default, level2 hardware FECs are allocated for attached IPv4/IPv6 routes. To change the default hardware FEC allocation scheme, this CLI can be used. 

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

This feature introduces the show bgp evpn sanity ( brief | detail )command. This command displays which EVPN configuration attributes are inconsistent as well as potential errors in the EVPN operational state.

This document is an extension to the decap group feature, that allows IPv4 addresses to be configured and used as part of a group. Now we will be able to configure IPv4 prefixes as a decap group.

The document describes an extension of the decap group feature, that allows IPv6 addresses to be configured and used

This feature provides multipath router id, a new multipath mode to control the behavior of RPF selection. In the

Multipath color is a new multicast multipath mode for controlling PIM RPF selection. In the default multipath

This document describes the prefix counter feature and is intended for customers who are familiar with and are using VRF selection policies (see linked TOI for details). In short, the prefix counter feature enables traffic matching a VRF selection policy to be counted on a per-prefix/per-route basis. This is limited to IPv4 traffic and prefixes of length 32.