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Verbose counters on Arista 7130 series

Arista 7130 series running MOS can give very verbose counter output using the CLI or through API. Using CLI, there are two distinct commands to show the counters which are inside the device. To view them, one enters one of the following CLI commands: For the regular (non-verbose) counter view: show interface counters For the verbose counter view: show interface counters verbose [nonzero]   Counter naming Most counters have both a “line” and “host” side counter. These counters account for the side that is connected to the SFP – “line”, and another counter which is connected to the crosspoint –...
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Qos Policy Map Counter

This feature is an extension of Qos Policy. It allows the user to configure Qos Policy Map counters. If a class-map is configured for a policer action then the conformed and non-conformed packet and byte counters are displayed for that class-map. Otherwise the number of packets and bytes hitting the class-map are shown. Platform compatibility DCS-7280E DCS-7020R DCS-7280R DCS-7280R2 DCS-7500R2 DCS-7280R3, DCS-7500R3, DCS-7800R3 (EOS 4.24.2F) Configuration Following command allocates the Counter Engines for Qos which actually count and store the counter value. switch(config)#[no|default] hardware counter feature qos in 7280E Currently, there is not enough space in TCAM action bank for...
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BGP best paths and best ECMP paths counters

Description It is often useful to know on a per AFI/SAFI basis, the number of paths that have been selected from a peer as best paths. For example, we may have configured a policy to ensure that paths from a particular peer are most preferred, and it would be useful to have a quick way of confirming this. Similarly, we may need to divert traffic away from a peer, and we may use a policy to reduce the preference of paths received from the peer to accomplish this. This feature provides an easy way to know the number of paths/prefixes...
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PBR/ACL Counter Selection

Description On DCS-7280E, DCS-7500E, DCS-7280R, DCS-7500R, DCS-7020R, DCS-7280R2, DCS-7500R2 systems, it is possible to select between counting ACL or PBR hits. Prior to EOS-4.23.2F, PBR counters were not available on DCS-7280R3, DCS-7500R3, and DCS-7800R3 systems. Starting in EOS-4.23.2F, it is possible to configure EOS to enable PBR counters independently from ACL counters on DCS-7280R3, DCS-7500R3, and DCS-7800R3 systems. The previously available CLI command and that which is introduced in EOS-4.23.2F are described below. Configuration On systems prior to DCS-7280R3, DCS-7500R3, and DCS-7800R3, in order to enable both ACL and PBR counters, the ACL Ingress counter feature must be enabled. This...
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Qos Policy Map Counter

This feature is an extension of Qos Policy. It allows the user to configure Qos Policy Map counters. If a class-map is configured for a policer action then the conformed and non-conformed packet and byte counters are displayed for that class-map. Otherwise the number of packets and bytes hitting the class-map are shown. Platform compatibility DCS-7280E DCS-7020R DCS-7280R DCS-7280R2 DCS-7500R2 Configuration Following command allocates the Counter Engines for Qos which actually count and store the counter value. switch(config)#[no|default] hardware counter feature qos in Arad Fixed system Currently, there is not enough space in TCAM action bank for Qos counter feature. So...
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