• Tag : CVP


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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cvp device adding error

Equipment cannot be added in cvp. Please tell me the solution. I attach the log. I1209 03:17:45.959601 8 utils.go:404] Command to access vrf on device(s) is cli vrf %s I1209 03:17:47.145653 8 inventory_helper.go:1176] Device has TerminAttr-v1.8.0-1 installed I1209 03:17:47.145798 8 inventory_helper.go:1181] v1.8.0-1 >= v1.7.4-1. Skipping TerminAttr installation on I1209 03:17:47.349948 8 utils.go:605] Installed token from CV on device I1209 03:17:48.607344 8 inventory_helper.go:304] Successfully enabled TerminAttr on the device I1209 03:17:48.607402 8 requestHandler.go:105] Waiting for device with ID JPE19051252 to stream data I1209 03:17:48.607430 8 inventory.go:853] Waiting for device JPE19051252 to stream I1209 03:17:48.619452 8 processor.go:299]...
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CVP Interface Utilization/Rates & Interface Load Intervals

Hello, I was curious how CVP gets interface utilization/rates from our switches and what the frequency of sampling is. I am curious if interface load intervals on the interfaces have any affect on what CVP gets via streaming telemetry. Example switch(config)#interface ethernet 7 switch(config-if-Et7)#load-interval 60 switch(config-if-Et7)#

Cloud Tracer – Monitor Connectivity

Hello, I was trying to configure monitor connectivity for CVP Cloud Tracer on the switch, but I am missing the interface options as shown in Arista documentation: Arista(s1)(config-mon-connectivity)#[no] interface ? set Name of the interface set Arista(s1)(config-mon-connectivity)#[no] interface set ? WORD Interface sets Arista(s1)(config-mon-connectivity)#[no] interface set IS1 ? Ethernet hardware Ethernet interface Loopback Hardware interface used for looping packets Management Management interface Port-Channel Lag interface Recirc-Channel Recirculation interface Tunnel Tunnel interface Vlan Logical interface into a VLAN Vxlan Vxlan Tunnel Interface Arista(s1)(config-mon-connectivity)#[no] interface   And these are the options I do have under monitor connectivity (config-mon-connectivity)#? host Configure host parameters...
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CVP upgrade 2018.2.5 –> 2020.2.1

Is this a valid direct upgrade path from 2018.2.5 directly to 2020.2.1 ?   I just received shipment of a brand spanking new DCA-200 “appliance” aka, Dell server.  It came pre-loaded with CVP 2018.2.5 and we need to run 2020.2.1

Mss fortigate, cvx, cvp and Arista L3LS

Hi master. My customer has infrastructure Arista 2spine and 4leaf. They want to deploy new firewall Fortigate HA = 2 unit and Cloudvison appliance with MSS features. I’m reading and learn concept mss configuration on cvx and Fortigate, but there is something I’m not understanding about config mss on cvx. Arista Macro Segmentation Service integration with Fortinet Firewalls The link at the top, define command on cvx “type Fortinet fortimanager”My customer asks for me, how about not used /without the fortimanager? It is can used mss features, configuration or not?   Please advise and share your experience and link recommended.     Thanks   Robma bayu    

CVP change control failing

Hello, Always the change controls are failing after message “Waiting up to 900 seconds for Terminattr update from: “ But the actual config is updated on the switch and it is streaming properly. Any specific reason for this and how to troubleshoot this?

CVP Configlet Builder – change generated name

Is there a way to control the name of configlets generated by configlet builders? Example: Name of Configlet Builder: “configlet-builder-xyz” When configlets are generated by this they are automatically named : “configlet-builder-xyz_IP-ADDRESS-OF-SWITCH_1“ I would like to be able to dictate the name of the generated configlets, ideally with variables contained in the configlet builder itself. I do see that it seems possible to rename them after they are generated, however I would like to avoid that manual step if possible.

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

Verify Config out of sync on CVP

Good day,   I want to know whether CVP can verify configuration out of sync in real time. I think CVP can verify configuration out of sync once i check the device’s config manually. (provisioning tab -> right click to device -> view -> config ->back) Can i check the configuration out of sync automatically in real time on CVP?

Deploying Cloudvision Portal (CVP) on Proxmox VE

Introduction Proxmox is an open source server virtualization solution based on QEMU/KVM and LXC.  You can manage virtual machines, containers, high availability clusters, storage and networks with an integrated, easy-to-use web interface or via CLI. The purpose of this article is to assist in deployment of Arista’s Cloudvision Portal (CVP) within Proxmox VE.  The benefit of utilizing CVP within Proxmox VE is that it offers an open source, subscription free option for those who may not be able to afford proper VMware licensing for lab/demo deployments and/or would like to utilize the rich, open source feature set provided by Proxmox...
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CVP RPM Installer

Introduction With the 2018 release we introduced an installer script for CVP. The script will install CVP RPMs and initialize system services. The installer will deliver all packages to make a script-installed system identical to the corresponding OVA. Requirements Operating System CVP Version CentOS Version ISO filename 2018.2.0 – 2018.2.2 CentOS Minimal 7.5.1804 CentOS-7-x86_64-Minimal-1804.iso 2018.2.3 – 2020.1.2 CentOS Minimal 7.6.1810 CentOS-7-x86_64-Minimal-1810.iso 2020.2 – 2021.1 CentOS Minimal 7.7.1908 CentOS-7-x86_64-Minimal-1908.iso 2021.2 CentOS Minimal 7.9.2009 CentOS-7-x86_64-Minimal-2009.iso Please do not update packages after minimal installation, the installer ships with all required updated RPMs. Installation may fail if packages not delivered by minimal install are...
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CloudVision Portal – Campus Features

Campus Introduction CloudVision offers a number of Campus related features. We introduce these features and show how they can be helpful from a management standpoint while operating your network.   Connected Endpoints CloudVision leverages DHCP based discovery to identify and fingerprint connected end points.

CloudVision Portal – Telemetry Features

Device Page Overview Learn how to navigate the Devices page. We go over basic network inventory, device details, and CloudVision’s Device comparison tool which allows users to look at different device details side by side at different moments in time.   Configuring Events Notifications Configure events notifications and integrate w/ 3rd party platforms (i.e. Slack, SMTP Server, WeChat, PagerDuty, etc)   Cloud Tracer Discover CloudVision’s CloudTracer application. CloudTracer can serve as method to monitor connections that link distant parts of your network, give insight into application sensitive traffic, and even provide anomaly detection when a link sees some unusual traffic...
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CloudVision Portal – Compliance Features

Compliance Overview This video provides an overview of ‘Compliance’ in the context of CloudVision. It covers compliance checks and steps to get your network in a state of compliance.   Compliance Dashboard CloudVision’s Compliance Dashboard gives users a network wide view of device exposure and device configuration status. Take a look at how Compliance Dashboard can make you aware of any potential bugs impacting devices or misconfigurations in a single window in your web browser.   Compliance Token Generation This video provides insight into setting up CloudVision Portal to automatically get updates from www.arista.com for the latest on bugs and...
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CloudVision Portal – Change Control

Change Control Overview A Change Control is used to make changes to devices in your network. This video provides an overview of the basic components of change controls and different actions that can be taken while making changes to EOS devices in your network.    Configuring and Applying Snapshots Snapshots give us a picture of the state of devices at a select moment in time. Find out how to create different snapshots in CloudVision and apply them to devices in your network. Additionally, learn how to reference snapshots in change controls to view particular switch state pre and post configuration/image...
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CloudVision Portal – Provisioning Workflows for Automation

Onboarding Devices to CVP This video introduces the basics of onboarding existing devices in your network to CloudVision Portal and set up Zero-Touch Provisioning day 0 provisioning   Provisioning Overview One of the key features CloudVision offers is Device Provisioning. We go over how provisioning is accomplished in CloudVision and how to actually configure devices in your network using CloudVision   Provisioning – Containers Containers are a way to simplify device configuration by device role in the network. A carefully thought out container structure can make provisioning easier and faster. We go over basic strategy regarding container hierarchy and common...
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CloudVision Portal – System Functions

This list of videos focusses on system functions such as install, setup and upgrade for CloudVision Portal.  Deploying CVP on ESX and as RPM This videos describes the different requirements for a CloudVision instance and the process of installing CloudVision Portal on ESX or as an RPM TOI for RPM based install   AAA server integrations This video describes how to set up AAA authentication and authorization in the Settings page of CloudVision. Learn how to add and define roles in CloudVision and where to find documentation to link roles added in CloudVision with profiles defined in your network’s AAA...
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This TOI captures new categories of events that have been added in CVP release 20202.1.0. Network Constraint Events Network Constraints refers to a group of new events that are aimed at validating network design rules.  For example: All leaf-spine links must be 10Gbps A leaf must have at least two spine switches on the layer above it All racks should have redundant TORs MTU settings These events implement the various checks and the specific network/topology is derived based on tags. List of events include: Insufficient Downlink Device Redundancy Insufficient Peer Device Redundancy Insufficient Peer Interface Redundancy Insufficient Uplink Device Redundancy Insufficient...
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Flow Analytics (Beta)

Flow Analytics (Beta) NOTE: This is a beta feature in the 2019.1.0 and 2020.1.0 release and is not enabled by default. In order to enable the Flow Analytics and  feature, it is recommended that the minimum VM resources are configured at the recommended minimum for production deployments : CPUs: 28 cores RAM: Recommended 52 GB Disk: 1 TB This feature is GA in the 2020.2.0 and later releases and is enabled by default.                                       Viewing Traffic Flows         CloudVision’s traffic flows introduced in...
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