This article explores the address management concepts available with IPv6: None, Manual, Stateless Address Auto Configuration (SLLAC), Statefull with DHCPv6
Using Arista’s underlying Linux OS to configure a 6in4 tunnel for IPv6 connectivity.
Arista EOS is based on a Linux kernel and provides full and open access to a Linux shell, allowing installation and use of Linux based management and troubleshooting tools. In this short post I want to show you two use cases where this capability comes in extremely handy in the daily network management work.
EOS is released as a single image that supports all of their hardware platforms. But that same single image can also be run in a virtual machine! While a great article on “Building a Virtual Lab with Arista vEOS and VirtualBox” already exists, I wanted to accomplish the same with vSphere 5.x.