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REMOVE A SWITCH FROM CVP?

Hello gents, It may sound silly but have been unable to find details about this especific operation on CloudVision. For demonstration purposes to a customer, we would like to remove a switch from CloudVision and onboard it like it was brand new. We could stop eAPI and streaming agent daemon at the device level to be able to Decommission it at the portal, and it actually dissappears, but as soon as we re-engage state streaming at the switch, it pops back up at CVP. I take it TerminAttr retains the CVP config and starts live feeding once it has been...
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CVP not booting – No space left on device

I have encountered an issue with my CloudVision VM. After a while the web GUI stopped to respond, the login screen didn’t appeared. I reloaded the CVP VM but even after that CVP can’t boot up. Login to the shell I can see only the Localhost interface is up. When I try to verify my cvp config (su cvpadmin, verify) I receive error: no space left on device. But when checking cvpi resource it seems there is enough free space (see 2.png). When trying to start cvpi with cvpi start all command I receive some ZK lock coulnd’t be created:...
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Using the CloudVision API with Service Accounts

Description With the release of CloudVision Portal 2020.3, you have the ability to create Service Accounts. I won’t show you how to create a Service Account, but you can go to this TOI to read about that. This article will show you how to use Service Account Tokens in Python and cURL for API calls. Platform Compatibility This applies to both CVaaS and on-premise installations. How To Using a Service Account Token allows you to bypass the standard authentication process when making API calls. It also allows you to create a local “account” on CloudVision that doesn’t depend on outside authentication...
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how to manipulate “Syslog event detected” event from cloudvision

Dear all   So many “%DOT1X-3-SUPPLICANT_FAILED_AUTHORIZATION” logs are detected as events from  cloudvision like below. ( a screenshot is attached also ) Syslog event detected: DOT1X SUPPLICANT_FAILED_AUTHORIZATION on HQ-W-L2-720XP-12F-02 I want to prevent these events. Q1 Is there any way to manipulate these events? Events like “Link went down unexpectedly” can be configured its generation. I cannot find a way to control events like “Syslog event detected:xxxxxxx”. Q2 Which level of syslog is detected from cloudvision? “%DOT1X-3-SUPPLICANT_FAILED_AUTHORIZATION” is detected as an event but “%DOT1X-6-SUPPLICANT_AUTHENTICATED” is not detected. Q3 Is there any way to change syslog level of some specific logs? I...
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TerminAttr most commonly used flags and sample configurations

Introduction TerminAttr is the EOS state streaming telemetry agent running as a single binary that can stream to both CloudVision and 3rd party applications using gNMI. It has been bundled with every EOS release from 4.17.0F and above and it’s also available as a SWIX extension which can be used to upgrade TerminAttr to the latest version. It is recommended to check the release notes for the latest recommended stable version and compatibility between EOS releases. How to check which version of TerminAttr is running on EOS As the release notes say, the minimum supported TerminAttr version on each EOS...
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CloudVision Event Guide

Contents Overview CloudVision Portal Events Streaming Analytics Error CVE Bug Exposed Change Control Failed Change Control Running Change Control Succeeded Clock Not Synchronized Anomaly in CloudTracer Latency CVX Disconnection Low Disk Partition Space Available Disk Partition Usage Approaching Threshold Packet Loss Detected for CloudTracer Host High CPU Load High CPU Utilization High QSFP DOM Temperature High QSFP DOM Voltage High SFP DOM Temperature High SFP DOM Voltage Interface Went Down Unexpectedly Interface Went Down Expectedly Unexpected Link Change Expected Link Change Tunnel Interface Went Down EOS Version Change High Interface Alignment Errors Abnormally Large Frames Abnormally Small Frames High Interface...
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CloudVision and IDE

Is there a way to use a Editor/IDE such as Sublime, PyCharm to Modify and/or deploy Configlets to CVP? I am currently using the Configlet Web Interface and my Configlets are getting bigger. I’d like to try to use an Editor/IDE to edit my Configlets. If you are using an any IDE for CVP Configlets I’d like to hear about your workflow. If you transfer Configlets to CVP via SSH, SFTP or other methods I’d be interested in how you accomplish this. Thanks in advance, Neal

ZTP Boot Process with CloudVision

Platforms: EOS Switch Versions 4.17.3F and above CloudVision Versions 2018, 2019, 2020 Summary: Zerotouch Provisioning (ZTP) is available on all Arista switches and is enabled by default or after a factory reset.  CloudVision (CVP), Arista’s Configuration Management and Streaming Telemetry tool comes with ZTP installed.  The combination of ZTP and CVP provides a simplistic workflow to onboard new switches into your environment. Prerequisites CloudVision installed and running DHCP Service providing Option 67 Bootstrap information Switch in Factory Default mode (ZTP enabled) Network Reachability between Switch and CVP ZTP Server Example Setup In this setup, CloudVision ZTP service and the switch...
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CVP Container and Configlet Design Guidelines

Platforms: All CloudVision (CVP) versions supported Purpose: The purpose of this document is to provide a starting point for those wanting to take advantage of CloudVision’s provisioning capabilities through the use of shared configlets that are pushed out to devices under a particular container. Summary: CloudVision manages Arista Switch configurations through the use of Containers and Configlets.  The Container layout is completely arbitrary and allows the customer flexibility and alignment to their organization’s mode of operation.  Containers are a hierarchical structure of Parent-Child relationships, similar to Active-Directory.  Configlets represent a snippet of a switch configuration.  The full configuration of a...
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Configuring Traffic Flows using sFlow in CVP (Cloudvision Portal) 2019.1.x

Introduction Many users rely on 3rd party flow tools to enable greater visibility into the network and generate alerts when irregular flows have been detected.  However, with the growing number of tools being used to provide this visibility, each with their own strengths, the user may experience tool sprawl.   In order to ease the number of tools required within an environment and move towards the goal of a “Single Pane of Glass” to manage our networks, Cloudvision Portal 2019.1.x provides a built-in IPFIX/sFlow collector that will show the top flows within a network.  Once these flows are collected, they can...
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Enable LANZ streaming to CVP

Hi, My CVP reports: LANZ streaming is disabled on this device. I’ve tried the following commands om my 7050X3: ! daemon TerminAttr exec /usr/bin/TerminAttr -ingestgrpcurl=:9910 -cvcompression=gzip -ingestauth=key, -smashexcludes=ale,flexCounter,hardware,kni,pulse,strata -ingestexclude=/Sysdb/cell/1/agent,/Sysdb/cell/2/agent -ingestvrf=default -taillogs no shutdown ! queue-monitor length ! queue-monitor length log 2 ! queue-monitor streaming no shutdown ! interface Ethernet41 queue-monitor length thresholds 1000 550 ! What more do I need to do to startLANZ streming to CVP? BR, Niklas

VXLAN On Arista AP

Overview VXLAN is a Layer 2 technology that helps you to create a virtual Layer 2 network (overlay network) on top of a physical Layer 3 network (underlay network), enabling you to use Layer 3 features of the underlying network, which cannot be achieved using 802.1q VLANs. Each VXLAN tunnel is identified by the VXLAN segment ID or VXLAN Network Identifier (VNI) which is 24 bits, which enables you to create up to 16 million isolated networks. This overcomes the limitation of VLANs, which have a 12 bit VLAN ID, allowing a maximum of 4,094 isolated networks. Arista Wi-Fi Access...
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RF Transmit Power configuration enhancements

Description The transmit power configured on UI is now treated as EIRP (Equivalent Isotropically Radiated Power) instead of radio output power. EIRP is the effective power emitted by the AP in the direction of maxima of radiation pattern and is equal to the sum of Radio Transmit power and antenna gain. UI configuration for External Antennas has been introduced. It applies only to the APs with external antennas. APs with internal antennas would take default values (refer to datasheet for details on antenna gain values). Wireless Manager UI Configuration Tx power and External antenna gain values can be configured from...
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Packaging of Access Point (AP) Firmware Images on WM Server

Description This document describes a few enhancements done in Wireless Manager (WM) release 8.8 in respect of  AP firmware updates and packaging of AP firmware images in on-prem WM server. These changes affect only the on-prem WM servers that do not have HTTPs connectivity to Arista Cloud repository of AP images. On-prem WM servers that have such connectivity are not impacted. Current Behavior: Firmware images of different AP models such as. C-75, O-90, C-120, C-130, etc. are part of the WM server upgrade bundle. During server upgrade, AP images of the new build get copied onto the  WM server. When...
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SNMP support for Cloud and On-Prem deployments

Description Cloud: SNMP support for Event/Alerts (New Feature) Starting 8.8 release, Cloud customers can receive all events/alerts as SNMP traps. While configuring an SNMP trap destination server, an AP can be configured to act as CIP (Cloud Integration Point) to receive traps without exposing the SNMP destination server over the Internet. An SNMP destination server can be added through either “CloudVision Wi-Fi” (SYSTEM -> Third-Party Servers -> SNMP-Alerts) or “Wireless Manager” UI (Configuration -> ESM Integration -> Events SNMP). To configure SNMP trap destination server through “CloudVision Wi-Fi”, go to  “SNMP-Alerts” configuration page from the SYSTEM -> “Third-Party Servers”. Click...
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Reports in CloudVision Wi-Fi

Description Arista WM gathers a wealth of data about the wireless deployment. The data gathered includes Wireless Intrusion Prevention System (WIPS) related incidents, state of the devices, etc. Reports allow compact, printable and scheduled delivery of relevant pieces of information. The reports generated by Arista WM are useful for assessing the WIPS outlook of the wireless deployment, meeting regulatory compliance requirements and for inventory management. The ability to work with reports has been added to CloudVision Wi-Fi in version 8.8. CloudVision Wi-Fi currently supports the following types of reports. Wireless Intrusion Prevention System (WIPS) Compliance Inventory Reports about the Wi-Fi...
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Hitless Wi-Fi AP Upgrades

Description Keeping Wi-Fi Access Point (AP) firmware up-to-date allows network administrators to take advantage of the latest features, bug fixes, and security enhancements. The firmware of Arista APs can be upgraded via the Wireless Manager UI or CloudVision Wi-Fi, by using any of these three techniques: New Device AP Upgrade: Newly provisioned APs can be automatically upgraded as soon as they connect to the Wireless Manager. Scheduled AP Upgrade: All the APs at a particular location can be upgraded within a particular time window—configurable in terms of specific days of the week and hours of the day. The schedule can...
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CloudVision Wi-Fi 8.8

Hitless Wi-Fi AP Upgrades Reports in CloudVision Wi-Fi SNMP support for Cloud and On-Prem deployments Packaging of Access Point (AP) Firmware Images on WM Server RF Transmit Power configuration enhancements VXLAN On Arista AP

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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