Arista EOS: Management Interface IP

Follow the steps below to assign or change the IP address on the management interface on a Arista swtich. localhost> en localhost# configure localhost(config)# interface management 1 localhost(config-if-Ma1)# ip address 192.168.57.2/24 localhost(config-if-Ma1)# show active interface Management 1 ip address 192.168.57.2/24 localhost(config-if-Ma1)# exit localhost(config)# exit localhost# copy running-config startup-config

<span title='2022-03-07 09:26:52 -0600 -0600'>Published on 2022-03-07</span>&nbsp;·&nbsp;<span title='2024-01-22 03:28:09 +0000 UTC'>Updated on 2024-01-22</span>&nbsp;·&nbsp;1 min&nbsp;·&nbsp;Danesh Manoharan

Change Admin Password on Arista EOS

localhost> en localhost# conf localhost(config)# username admin secret supersecretpassword

<span title='2022-03-05 13:01:14 -0600 -0600'>Published on 2022-03-05</span>&nbsp;·&nbsp;<span title='2024-01-22 03:28:09 +0000 UTC'>Updated on 2024-01-22</span>&nbsp;·&nbsp;1 min&nbsp;·&nbsp;Danesh Manoharan

How to obtain the EOS version on a Arista switch router

Whether logging a support call or planning an upgrade, knowing your current running software version is crucial. Here’s two ways to quickly get the EOS version running on your Arista switch router. Option 1 Use the show version command. ([email protected]) Password: Last login: Thu Feb 24 15:33:07 2022 from 192.168.1.253 SW01(s1)>en SW01(s1)#show version | grep Software Software image version: 4.18.5M SW01(s1)# Option 2 Use the base Linux OS ([email protected]) Password: Last login: Thu Feb 24 15:33:07 2022 from 192....

<span title='2022-02-24 15:31:26 -0600 -0600'>Published on 2022-02-24</span>&nbsp;·&nbsp;<span title='2024-01-22 03:28:09 +0000 UTC'>Updated on 2024-01-22</span>&nbsp;·&nbsp;1 min&nbsp;·&nbsp;Danesh Manoharan

Change MTU on Proxmox backup server

Edit the /etc/network/interfaces file. Add mtu 9000 to the interface. iface lo inet loopback auto enp4s0 iface enp4s0 inet static address 172.22.36.146/20 gateway 172.22.47.254 mtu 9000 iface enp5s0 inet manual Restart the interface root@hpvebkpdev01:~# systemctl restart networking.service root@pvebkpdev01:~# systemctl status networking.service ? networking.service - Network initialization Loaded: loaded (/lib/systemd/system/networking.service; enabled; vendor preset: enabled) Active: active (exited) since Sun 2022-02-13 13:03:11 CST; 14s ago Docs: man:interfaces(5) man:ifup(8) man:ifdown(8) Process: 2052 ExecStart=/usr/share/ifupdown2/sbin/start-networking start (code=exited, status=0/SUCCESS) Main PID: 2052 (code=exited, status=0/SUCCESS) CPU: 476ms Feb 13 13:03:10 pvebkpdev01 systemd[1]: Starting Network initialization....

<span title='2022-02-13 19:24:06 +0000 UTC'>Published on 2022-02-13</span>&nbsp;·&nbsp;<span title='2024-01-22 03:28:09 +0000 UTC'>Updated on 2024-01-22</span>&nbsp;·&nbsp;1 min&nbsp;·&nbsp;Danesh Manoharan

Disable automatically rearranging spaces on Monterey

I prefer having fixed work spaces, helps with the OCD 🙂 Here’s how to disable auto arranging of work spaces System Preferences -> Mission Control -> “Automatically rearrange Spaces based on most recent use” Mission Control

<span title='2022-02-04 15:06:21 +0000 UTC'>Published on 2022-02-04</span>&nbsp;·&nbsp;<span title='2024-01-22 03:28:09 +0000 UTC'>Updated on 2024-01-22</span>&nbsp;·&nbsp;1 min&nbsp;·&nbsp;Danesh Manoharan