• Author : Michael Sparacio


Using CloudVision Portal to Manage Arista AnyCloud

Introduction There are many advantages to using Arista’s vEOS Router and CloudVision Portal (CVP) in hybrid cloud environments. Among those advantages are: Arista EOS is a proven and stable network operating system used in some of the largest networks in the world. The same EOS that runs on our physical switches also runs in the public cloud. CloudVision Portal provides a common management model for network devices whether running in a customer’s private data center or in public cloud environments. CloudVision Portal provides turn-key automation and real-time telemetry across private and public cloud environments. One of the primary challenges to...
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Support for new OpenConfig paths

Description These are the release notes and configuration guide for the OpenConfig feature in the 4.21.0F release. This release supports reading and streaming various OpenConfig configuration and state models over gNMI (gRPC Network Management Interface), RESTCONF, and NETCONF transports. A subset of the configuration models may also be modified over these transports, see below. All client transactions that modify device configuration provide the same atomicity guarantees that are provided by sessions in the CLI. Platform compatibility All Configuration The following section outlines configuration options for OpenConfig, NETCONF, and RESTCONF transport methods. Native OpenConfig CLI gNMI Transport This starts a gRPC...
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Syslog message filtering by REGEX

This feature adds the ability to filter out Syslog messages based on POSIX extended regular expressions. Messages matching a configured REGEX will be discarded and will not show up in the syslog. Platform compatibility This feature is supported on all platforms. Configuration The following shows how to configure syslog to discard all messages sent by the standby supervisor. Messages that are sent by the standby supervisor are prepended with “[STANDBY]”. First, a named list of regular expressions must be created. This is done through the match list configuration. The following creates a list of regular expressions named “syslogMessageFilter”. In this configuration, the...
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