What's New in this Document
The following table describes information added to this guide for the Extreme Fabric Automation 2.2.0 software release.
|Data Consistency||This feature ensures that SLX devices have the correct configuration before allowing traffic.||Data Consistency|
|Redundant Management Network||This feature provides fault tolerance for the management path.||Redundant Management Network|
|RASlog Service||The RASlog service is aware of all devices that are registered with EFA services and processes events only from those devices.||RASlog Service|
|Supported Platform Matrix||New tables in this topic describe deployment models and supported TPVM versions.||Supported Platform Matrix|
|L3 Tenant Network Services||This feature supports IPv6 Anycast gateways; VRF backup routing, static routing, BFD static routing, local ASNs, and graceful restart; CEP reload delay, LACP timeout for port channels; centralized and distributed routing; and sharing resources across tenants.||Layer 3 Network Services|
|Security||New topics for user management (including RBAC enforcement), certificate management, and audit trail logging.|
|SLX device configuration||New commands and topics to configure the SLX devices that EFA manages.|
|Cluster tracking||New functionality to enable a CEP interface to track the state of MCT clusters.||Enable Cluster Tracking on CEP Interfaces|
|Running-configs||New command to display a list of current EFA running-configs.||Display EFA Running Configurations|
|Deployment||Updated installation and upgrade topics.||Install EFA in a Single-Node Deployment|
|NTP requirements||Improved the list of requirements||EFA Requirements|
For more information about this software release, see the Extreme Fabric Automation Release Notes.