New In This Release

Extreme Visibility Manager version 6.1.0 offers several new features and enhancements.

For details, see the Extreme Visibility Manager Administration and User Guide, 6.1.0 and the Extreme Visibility Manager Deployment Guide, 6.1.0 .

Table 1. Features and enhancements
Feature Description
IPv6 addresses Support for monitoring devices with IPv6 addresses. New installations of this version of the software support devices with IPv6 addresses.
DNS for device discovery Support for discovery devices by host name, using DNS resolution.
Software upgrade Support for upgrading Visibility Manager from the previous version.
Device versions Support for recent releases of SLX-OS and Extreme 9920 Software with the NPB application. For more information, see Supported Devices and Software.
TACACS+ Support for TACACS+ for user authentication.
PCAP Support for packet capture on SLX devices.
User-defined access lists Support for creating UDA profiles and UDA matches for SLX and MLX devices.
Exporting configuration Support for exporting device configuration from an SLX or MLX device to an Extreme 9920 device.
SNMPv3 Support for discovering devices through SNMPv3.
Deleting dashboards, counters, and locations Support for deleting custom dashboards, selected counters, and locations.
User logs Support for viewing user log-in and log-out transactions.
System monitoring logs Support for viewing system-generated alerts related to infrastructure resources and node health.
Device inventory Support for retrieving and viewing device details such as chassis and line card information.
Egress interfaces Support for VxLAN mirroring to an egress interface.
Ingress groups for Extreme 9920 devices Support for configuring inner and outer tunnels and associating a mirror.
Device slot configuration Support for updating the slot configuration for MLX devices.
Log filtering Support for filtering the lists of system and device logs.
Loopback Support for configuring a loopback interface on SLX and MLX devices.
Firmware upgrade Support for upgrading the firmware of a managed device.