• Author : Ryan

 
 

Understanding interface breakout modes on Arista switches

Arista switches have the capability to break out QSFP and OSFP interfaces to multiple lanes of smaller speeds. This can be very useful for high density deployments that require a minimal RU footprint by maximizing the ports available on various Arista platforms. With QSFP interfaces, whether it be for 40G or 100G speeds, these are implemented as 4 lanes that can be independently controlled & configured. With 40G interfaces, these interfaces can operate in 4x10G speeds and for 100G interfaces can operate in 4x25G or 2x50G speeds .        As an example, with the Arista 7280CR2A-30 switch which comes with 30...
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CloudVisionPortal – Open-VM-Tools

Open-VM-Tools is an open source add-on that allows for graceful startup & shutdown of Cloud Vision Portal. This allows for graceful startup and shutdown of CVP Virtual Machines with the ESXi manager. Further information and latest version can be found in the link belowhttps://github.com/vmware/open-vm-tools Note: The open-vm-tools package is only supported on Cloud Vision Portal. Open-vm-tools on Cloud Vision Exchange (CVX) or EOS vRouter is not supported at this time. Enabling Open-VM-ToolsStarting in CVP version 2017.2.3 the open-vm-tools package is available to be enabled on Cloud Vision Portal Instances. In order to enable the package: either SSH or login to the...
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CloudVision Deployment Guide using Python API

Audience This document is intended for those that are familiar with, or have intermediate abilities with python scripting. This script is meant for deployment in a greenfield environment, but can be modified to be used in a brownfield environment as well.  With either deployment scenario it is advisable to contact your SE/TAC for a code review or advice prior to deployment. Purpose The purpose of this document is to build automated configlets to push configurations to a massive ECMP(L3), MLAG(L2) infrastructure using the CVP Python API doc. As the scale of switches increases, the script comes in handy by automating...
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