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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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Policy Control Service

Description Policy Control Service (PCS) is the integration of Arista CVX and VMWare NSX-T to enable NSX-T managed networks to enforce security policies on Arista switches for traffic sourced from or destined to bare metal servers that are connected to the switches. PCS service runs on CVX and directly interfaces with NSX-T policy manager. It receives policies from NSX-T policy manager and converts them into ACLs that are applied on the switches to enforce the desired behavior for traffic ingressing and egressing through these switches. Figure 1: PCS Integration with VMWare NSX-T   To help understand the interaction between PCS...
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