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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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Streaming EOS telemetry states to ELK stack using openconfigbeat

Introduction The purpose of this document is to help you to set up an ELK (Elasticsearch/Logstash/Kibana) stack and stream EOS Telemetry states from an Arista Switch using openconfigbeat that can stream gRPC updates from OpenConfig or TerminAttr directly into Elasticsearch. Please note, that this app was written as a proof-of-concept and is supported on a best-effort basis. The projects can be forked and modified to suit your needs. Feedbacks are always welcome and issues can be filed like for any other projects on Github. Elasticsearch is the distributed search and analytics engine at the heart of the Elastic Stack. Logstash...
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Streaming EOS telemetry states to InfluxDB

Introduction The aim of this document is to help you deploy and configure InfluxDB, Grafana, and Arista EOS, allowing you to send Telemetry states from the Arista switch to InfluxDB, using one of our OpenConfig connector application octsdb that you can find on our GitHub page. Please note, that these apps were written as a proof-of-concept and are supported on a best-effort basis. You can fork the project and edit based on your requirements. Feedbacks are always welcome and issues can be filed like for any other projects on GitHub. Both OpenTSDB and InfluxDB are time-series databases. Where OpenTSDB is...
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CVP with Terminattr certificates

Introduction This document describes the TerminAttr certificate authentication feature introduced in the CVP 2019.1.0 release.   TerminAttr Authentication with CVP Every switch managed by CVP uses TerminAttr to stream updates to CVP and every one of these TerminAttr connections needs to be authenticated. Authentication is provided via shared key or certificates. Certificate-based authentication provides additional security by (1) eliminating the shared key from the switch’s configuration and (2) by uniquely authenticating each connection between the switch and CVP. Enabling Certificate Authentication In 2019.1.x CVP is configured, by default, to authenticate using shared keys. The TerminAttr certificate authentication can be turned ON...
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