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Getting an errors when install SRDTOOLS-1.0.1-1.i386.rpm Extension

      I want to try bgp selective route download feature as a follow links. Arista EOS – BGP Selective Route Download but when I install extensions. It has an errors as shown. Please advise me. GW2#show extensions Name Version/Release Status extension —————————————— ————————- —— —- SRDTOOLS-1.0.1-1.i386.rpm 1.0.1/1 A, NI 1 A: available | NA: not available | I: installed | NI: not installed | F: forced GW2# GW2# GW2#extension SRDTOOLS-1.0.1-1.i386.rpm % SSD Required. Package installation failed Error installing SRDTOOLS-1.0.1-1.i386.rpm: RPM install error: Transaction failed: A script error occurred when installing SRDTOOLS-1.0.1-1.i386.rpm GW2#show ver Arista DCS-7050SX-64-F Hardware version: 02.10...
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EOS Extension – autoipcfg

With the release of the pyeapi library, its even easier to use the EOS eAPI interface to write some custom functionality to help with deployments, provisioning, configurations and many other things. Arista’s EOS+ organization has developed a full turn-key solution for provisioning new nodes on your network, known as ZTP server.  This is a full featured server that provides a bootstrap environment for Arista switches.  Its highly customizable and if you are looking for a lot of bells and whistles this would be the way to go. However the eAPI interface allows for extensions to be written really quickly if...
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Introduction to Managing EOS Devices – Automation and Extensibility

Note: This article is part of the Introduction to Managing EOS Devices series: https://eos.arista.com/introduction-to-managing-eos-devices/      5) Automation and Extensibility   The Arista EOS facilitates task automation, provisioning, and extending capabilities on the Arista switches. The following features are available on all the platforms: Managing extensions and applications AEM: Event Manager AEM: CLI Scheduler     5.1) Managing EOS Extensions   The most simple and efficient way to make the most of the extensibility on which EOS is built is through the use of extensions.  An extension is a pre-packaged optional feature or set of scripts in an RPM or SWIX format....
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