• Tag : 7368X4


Info for the 7368-16S line card

Hello all. I am looking for info for the 7368-16S line card for the 7368X4 switch. Is there any documentation on its interface capabilities and port pool info like there is for the other line cards for this switch like found here: https://eos.arista.com/eos-4-24-2f/7368×4-interface-configuration-and-behavior/ Thank you for your assistance.

Logical Port Management

Description Logical ports are hardware resources that are required to activate interfaces. Logical ports are organized in pools, which are split between a number of interfaces. The logical port pool to interface mapping is product-specific. Some products may have a smaller number of logical ports than the total number of interfaces due to hardware restrictions. As a result, not all interfaces can be activated and pass traffic at the same time. This document describes the configuration to allocate or release a logical port to or from an interface. This configuration can be used to select a set of interfaces to...
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7368X4 Interface Configuration and Behavior

Description This document describes the configuration and behavior of physical interfaces on the 7368-series switches and Linecards (LC) including: Speed Logical ports Forward Error Correction (FEC) Precoding Transceiver Online Insertion and Removal (OIR) Hardware Description The 7368-series switch has 1 Switchcard slot and 8 usable Linecard slots. All 8 Linecard slots support Linecard Online Insertion and Removal. Linecards There are 8 slots on 7368-series switch and each slot is compatible with any of the following Linecards: 7368-16C 7368-4D/7368-4P 7368-16C Each 7368-16C Linecard has 8 pairs of (QSFP28, QSFP56) ports where each pair contains one QSFP28 100G port and one QSFP56...
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3 Level ALPM in 7368X4

Description This feature increases the number of routes that can be forwarded using hardware on platforms based on ASIC that support 3 Levels of route lookup. It uses the 3 Level Algorithmic Longest Prefix Match ( ALPM ) capabilities of the hardware to achieve higher scale. This feature is enabled by default, and it can be optimized with the help of configuration. In 3 Level ALPM, route lookup for packet happens over three stages of hardware, with each stage (or level) matching a portion of route prefix. A match on the last stage decide further action on the packet, like forward,...
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