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Hardware and Software Feature Matrix

This article lists the software release in which IOS XE routers, vEdge router hardware, Viptela network devices, and Viptela software features were first introduced. For information about specific features, refer to the Release Notes for your software release. For information about command options, refer to the Command Reference for configuration and operational commands.

IOS XE Routers

See Software Installation and Upgrade for Cisco IOS XE Routers.

Router Model


ASR 1001-HX and ASR 1001-X 16.9/18.3  
ASR 1002-HX and ASR 1002-X 16.9/18.3  

C1111-8P, C1111-8P LTE EA, and C1111-8P LTE LA

C1117-4P LTE EA and C1117-4P LTE LA 16.9/18.3  
ISR 4221 16.9/18.3  
ISR 4321 16.9/18.3  
ISR 4331 18.1  
ISR 4351 16.9/18.3  
ISRv ENCS 5412 with T1/E1 and 4G NIM modules 16.9/18.3  

vEdge Routers

Router Model


vEdge 100 15.3.5 vEdge 100 Router
vEdge 100b 15.4.1 vEdge 100b Router
vEdge 100m 16.1 vEdge 100m Router
vEdge 100wm 16.3 vEdge 100wm Router
vEdge 1000 14.1 vEdge 1000 Router
vEdge 2000 14.2 vEdge 2000 Router
vEdge 5000 17.2.2 vEdge 5000 Router
vEdge Cloud 16.1 vEdge Cloud Router

Overlay Network Devices

Device Software
vBond orchestrator (hardware only) 14.1 Deploy the vBond Orchestrator, vbond
• Multiple vBond orchestrators in overlay network 16.1 High Availability Overview
• Software vBond orchestrator (virtual machine) 15.2  
• Standalone vBond orchestrator (cannot coexist in device with vEdge router functionality) 16.1 vbond
• Support for multiple cores on vBond VM 15.4 show orchestrator summary
vEdge router 14.1 Deploy the vEdge Routers
• United States government export compliance 18.2 Deploy the vEdge Routers
• Up to 4 connections to vSmart controllers per router 14.3 Configuring High Availability Parameters, max-controllers
• Up to 8 connections to vSmart controllers per router 15.4 Configuring High Availability Parameters, max-control-connections
• USB dongle for LTE connections on vEdge 1000 routers 16.1 USB Dongle for Cellular Connection
vManage NMS 15.2 Deploy the vManage NMS
• Multiple vManage NMSs (VMs) 15.3  
• Up to 8 VM cores for a vMange NMS VM 15.3.3 show control summary
• vManage cluster 16.1 High Availability Overview
• vManage cluster support for up to 6,000 routers 16.1 High Availability Overview
• Multitenant vManage NMS 17.2 Use a Multitenant vManage NMS
vSmart controller (VMs) 14.1 Deploy the vSmart Controller
• Multiple vSmart controllers (up to 3 controllers) 14.2  
• Multiple vSmart controllers (2 or more) 16.1 High Availability Overview
• Support for up to 20 vSmart controllers by vManage NMS 15.3.3  

Control Plane

Feature Software
vEdge routers advertise connected and static routes to OMP, in addition to BGP and OSPF external routes 15.1 Configuring OMP, advertise
• Advertise BGP AS number to BGP neighbors


• Advertise specific routes instead of all routes from a protocol 16.3  
• Aggregate routes before advertising them 16.3  
vSmart controllers discard routes rejected by OMP 15.4 Configuring OMP, discard-rejected
Controller groups to establish affinity between vSmart and vEdge devices. 16.1 Configuring Affinity between vSmart and vEdge Devices
DTLS 14.1 Security Overview
• Reset DTLS connections 14.2 clear control connections
• Track whether DTLS connection to vBond orchestrator is up 14.1 track-transport
• Tunable Hello timer and multiplier for DTLS tunnels; maximum values increased 15.2; 16.2 Configuring Network Interfaces, hello-interval, hello-tolerance
Extend WAN transport VPN (TLOC extension) 15.4 Configuring Network Interfaces, allow-same-site-tunnels, tloc-extension
GRE encapsulation for WAN transport connections 15.2 Configuring Network Interfaces
IPsec encapsulation for WAN transport connections 14.1 Configuring Security Parameters, ipsec
Iptables 15.4 iptables-enable
OMP 14.1 Configuring OMP, omp
• OMP hold time increased to 60 seconds 14.2 omp hold-time
OMP graceful restart 14.2 omp graceful-restart
• Maximum timer increased to 7 days 15.3.5 omp timers
Police flow of DTLS control session traffic 14.2 control-session-pps
Reverse proxy between controllers and routers 18.2 Enable Reverse Proxy
Security certificates 14.1  
SHA-2 cryptographic secure hash algorithm 15.2 Control Plane Security Overview
TLOCs 14.1 color

• Up to 7 per vEdge router
• Up to 8 per vEdge router
• 1 per vSmart Controller
• 1 per vManage NMS




• Add TLOC colors private3 through private6 15.2  
• Defined by {IP address, color, encapsulation} 14.1 tunnel-interface
• Load balancing data traffic across tunnels in multi-TLOC environment 15.1 Configuring Network Interfaces, encapsulation
• Restrict connections so they are between TLOCs of the same color 15.1,
• Set port offset 14.1 port-offset
• TLOC extension: Allow tunnels between vEdge routers in same site 15.4 Configuring Network Interfaces, tloc-extension
TLS 14.3 Configuring Security Parameters
• Tunable Hello timer and multiplier for TLS tunnels; maximum values increased 15.2; 16.2  
Transport VPN (VPN 0) 14.1  
Tunnel interfaces 14.1 Configuring Network Interfaces, tunnel-interface
• Associate carrier name with tunnel interface 14.2  
• Configurable hello interval and tolerance 15.2 hello-interval, hello-tolerance
• Preference for which tunnel to use for connection to vManage NMS 16.3 vmanage-connection-preference
Tunnel interface services


• All (configure all services with a single command) 15.4  
• BGP 15.4  
• DHCP 14.1  
• DHCPv6 16.3  
• HTTPS on vEdge routers 18.1  
• ICMP 14.1  
• Netconf 14.1  
• Netconf on vEdge routers 15.4  
• NTP 14.1  
• OSPF 15.4  
• SSHD 14.1  
• STUN 14.1  

Data Plane



AES-GCM-256 encryption algorithm for IPsec tunnels 16.2 Configuring Security Parameters
AH authentication for IPsec tunnels 14.2 authentication-type
AH-SHA1-HMA authentication for IPsec tunnels 14.2 authentication-type
Authentication "none" for IPsec tunnels 14.2 authentication-type


Configuring High Availability Parameters, bfd color
• BFD Hello packet units in milliseconds (changed from seconds) 15.1 bfd color
• Clear counters for BFD transitions 15.1.1 clear bfd transitions
Cflowd traffic monitoring 14.3 Traffic Flow Monitoring with Cflowd
• Elements exported to cflowd collector: VPN identifier, sourceIPv4Address, destinationIPv4Address, ipDiffServCodePoint, destinationTransportPort, sourceTransportPort, protocolIdentifier, flowStartSeconds, flowEndSeconds, octetTotalCount, octetDeltaCount, packetTotalCount, packetDeltaCount, tcpControlBits, maximumIpTotalLength, minimumIpTotalLength, ipNextHopIPv4Address, egressInterface, ingressInterface, icmpTypeCodeIPv4, flowEndReason, paddingOctets 14.3  
• Additional elements exported to cflowd collector: ipClassOfService, ipPrecedence 15.4.5  
• Monitor ICMP, SCTP, TCP, and UDP flows 14.3  
• Monitor GRE and IPsec flows 17.2.2  
DHCP-learned route administrative distance of 1 (same as static routes) 15.3 Configuring Segmentation, ip dhcp-client
Domains in the overlay network 14.1 domain-id
ECMP hash key 14.1 ecmp-hash-key
• ECMP for traffic engineering and service chaining 15.3  
• Install ECMP routes only if next hop can be resolved 15.3.3  
• Set maximum number of OMP paths to install in vEdge router's route table 15.2 ecmp-limit
ESP authentication for IPsec tunnels 14.2 authentication-type
Flow control 14.1 flow-control
IKE Version 1 17.2 Configuring IKE-Enabled IPsec Tunnels
IKE Version 2 17.2 Configuring IKE-Enabled IPsec Tunnels
IPsec 14.1 Configuring Security Parameters, ipsec
• Anti-replay window 14.1 replay-window
• IPsec tunnels in VPN 0 18.2 Configuring IKE-Enabled IPsec Tunnels
• Regenerate IPsec keys 14.2 request security ipsec-rekey
• Rekeying timer 14.1 rekey
NAT: vEdge router as NAT 14.2 Configuring Centralized Data Policy, Configuring Local Internet Exit
• Multiple NAT interfaces on router 15.1 nat
• NAT port forwarding 15.1 Configure NAT Forwarding, port-forward
• NAT on the service side 15.3 Using a vEdge Router as a NAT Device, Configuring Service-Side NAT
• NAT pools 16.9/18.3 Configuring Transport-Side NAT
• Port hopping; enabled by default 14.3; 15.1 port-hop
• Port hopping per TLOC 17.2  
• Initiate port hopping 15.3.3 request port-hop
• Respond to pings to NAT interface's IP address 15.4 respond-to-ping
• Static NAT 16.3 Configuring Service-Side NAT, static source-ip translate-ip
• Symmetric NAT 16.2  
• Track transport interface status 17.2.1 Configuring Local Internet Exit
Path MTU discovery for regular interfaces 14.1 mtu, pmtu
• Path MTU discovery for the transport tunnel 15.1 bfd color pmtu-discovery
Segmentation and VPNs 14.1 Configuring Network Interfaces, vpn
• Management VPN (VPN 512) 14.1  
• Service-side VPNs (VPNs except for VPN 0 and VPN 512) 14.1  
• VPN 512 optional on vEdge 100 routers 16.1  
SHA1-HMAC authentication for IPsec tunnels 14.2 authentication-type
Sites in overlay network 14.1 site-id
Static mapping between hostname and IP address in a VPN 14.1 host
TCP optimization 17.2 tcp-optimization

Installation and System-Level Features

Feature Software
AAA (role-based access) 14.1 Configuring User Access and Authentication
• Authentication fallback 15.2.8 auth-falllback
• Authentication order 14.1 auth-order
• Authentication order for "admin" user 16.2 admin-auth-order
• Authentication order for console connections 17.2 admin-auth-order, auth-order
• Force user to log out when permissions change 15.3 usergroup
• Place user into group "basic" when remote server authenticates but does not specify a user group; home directory is /home/basic 14.1  
• Place user into two groups when remote and local user authentication specify two groups; home directory is /home/username 15.2  
• Reset locked user account 15.4 request aaa unlock-user
Archive running configuration 14.2 archive
ARP 14.1 arp
Banners for login and MOTD 14.1 banner login, banner motd
• Maximum banner length: 2048 characters 15.1.1  
CLI for configuration and monitoring 14.1 Configuration Management Commands, Operational Commands, Command Filters for CLI Operational Commands
Collection of system status information for troubleshooting 14.1 request admin-tech
• Restrict information to include in the admin-tech tar file. 16.3  
• Run only a single admin-tech command at a time on a device 16.1  
Confirm configuration commit 14.1 commit
Confirm software upgrade 15.1 request software upgrade-confirm, upgrade confirm
Console baud rate 14.2 console-baud-rate
Core files in /var/crash 14.1 show crash
• Delete core files 15.2 clear crash
Default gateway 14.1  
• Track default gateway 15.3.5 track-default-gateway
DHCP 14.1 Configuring Network Interfaces, dhcp-helper, dhcp-server, ip dhcp-client
• vEdge router as DHCP server 14.3  
• Set administrative distance of routes learned from DHCP server 15.3 dhcp-distance
• Set IP addresses to exclude 14.3 exclude
• Set IP address ranges to exclude 15.1 exclude
DNS servers 14.1 dns
• Clear DNS cache 15.3 clear dns cache
• DNS cache timeout 15.2 timer
FIPS 140-2 level 1 certification for the crypto module


Firmware (boot loader) upgrade 15.3.5 request firmware upgrade
GPS location 14.1 gps-location
Hosname 14.1 host-name
IEEE 802.1X authentication for WANs 16.3 Configuring IEEE 802.1X Authentication
IEEE 802.11i authentication for WLANs 16.3 Configuring IEEE 802.11i Authentication
IPv4 14.1 Viptela Overlay Network Bringup, ip-address
IPv6 on transport-side interfaces 16.3 Segmentation (VPN) Overview
• Support for IPv6 Router Advertisement (RA) and Router Solicitation (RS) messages, and IPv6 stateless autoconfiguration (SLAAC) 18.1  
Monitor jobs on the local device 15.4 monitor start, monitor stop, show jobs
NAT: vEdge router as NAT 14.2 Using a vEdge Router as a NAT Device, Configuring Local Internet Exit, nat
• Load balancing across NATs 15.1 Configuring Local Internet Exit, nat
Netstat from CLI 15.4.5 tools netstat
NTP, Version 4 14.1 Configuring Time and Location, ntp
• Set source interface to use when sending NTP packets 15.4  
• MD5 authentication keys to access NTP servers 15.4  
• Up to 4 NTP servers 15.4  
Organization name 14.1 Viptela Overlay Network Bringup, organization-name
Patch release software image numbering (4-digit image numbers) 16.1  
Ping 14.1 ping
• Ping both the primary and secondary host IPv4 addresses in a service VPN 17.2.2  


Configuring User Access and Authentication, radius
• NAS attributes 14.2  
• Secret key (deprecate "key") 15.3.8  
• Set source interface to reach RADIUS server 14.3  
Reset configuration to factory default 14.1 request software reset
• Reset configuration to factory default 15.4 request reset configuration
RESTful APIs 16.1 vManage REST APIs
• Bulk APIs 16.2 Bulk APIs
Revert automatically to previous software image if upgrade fails 15.1 request software upgrade-confirm, upgrade confirm
Root access disabled on vBond orchestrators, vEdge routers, vSmart controllers 18.1  
SFP diagnostics 16.1 show interface sfp detail, show interface sfp diagnostic
SNMP (Versions 1 and 2) 14.1 Configuring SNMP, snmp
• 64-bit counters for interface MIBs 15.4.5  
• Private MIBs and traps 15.2  
• SNMP Version 3 16.2  
• Standard MIBs 14.1  
Software image signing 16.1 Software Installation and Upgrade
Static routes for IPv4 14.1 ip route
System (syslog) logging to local disk and remote server 14.1 Configuring System Logging, logging disk, logging server
• Clear contents of all syslog files on local device 15.4 request reset logs
• Changes to files where syslog message are stored on local device 15.4 See Software Operating System table, below.
• Set source address to use when sending syslog messages to remote server 15.4  
• Multiple syslog servers 15.3  
Software images installed on a device   See Software Operating System table, below.
• 2 per device 14.1  
• 3 per device 15.4  
System IP address 15.1 system-ip
TACACS+ 14.2 Configuring User Access and Authentication, tacacs
• NAS attributes 14.2  
• Secret key (deprecate "key") 15.3.8  
• Set source interface to reach TACACS server 14.3  
Tcpdump 14.1 tcpdump
Timezone 14.1 clock
• IANA timezone database 15.2  
Traceroute 14.1 traceroute
Upgrade confirm (on vEdge routers) 15.1 request software upgrade-confirm, upgrade confirm
• On other Viptela devices 15.2  
USB controller, enable and disable 15.3.2 usb-controller
Use remote vManage NMS as software image repository 17.2 Software Installation and Upgrade
xterm as default terminal in device vshell 15.4.3 vshell
vContainer virtual machines (VMs) for vSmart Controllers 16.2 Deploy the vContainer Host
Virtual machine (VM) hypervisor    
• ESXi 15.2  
• KVM 16.1  
• SCSI disk driver type 15.2  
• Virtio SCSI disk driver type 16.2  
Zero-touch provisioning 14.3  


See also Configuring Network Interfaces.



Autonegotiation mode for Gigabit Ethernet interfaces 15.3 autonegotiate
Cellular interfaces 16.1 cellular, interface cellular profile
• CDMA radio access technology (RAT) type 16.3.1 technology
• LTE radio access technology (RAT) type 16.1  
Clear Don't Fragment (DF) bit 14.2 clear-dont-fragment
• DHCP helper 14.1 dhcp-helper
• Up to 4 IP addresses on a DHCP interface
  Up to 8 IP addresses on a DHCP interface
• DHCP server 14.3 dhcp-server
DSL interfaces on IOS XE routers 16.9  
Ethernet (eth) interfaces on devices hosted on virtual machines 14.1 interface
Full-duplex/half-duplex mode 14.1 duplex
Gigabit Ethernet (ge) interfaces on vEdge routers 14.1 interface
GRE tunnels to transport-side and service-side end points 15.4.1 Configuring Network Interfaces
Interface speeds 14.1 speed
• Autonegotiate interface speeds 15.3  
Loopback interfaces 14.1 interface
• Bind physical WAN interface to loopback interface 14.2  
LTE 4G interfaces on IOS XE routers 16.9  
LTE support on vEdge 1000 routers 16.1 cellular
• Circuit of last resort 16.2.2 last-resort-circuit
• Minimize control traffic 16.3 low-bandwidth-link
MAC accounting 14.1 mac-accounting
MAC addresses 14.1 mac-address
Management (mgmt) interfaces 14.1 interface
Maximum segment size (MSS) 14.1 tcp-mss-adjust
• Dynamic adjustment of MSS based on interface or tunnel MTU 15.3  
Monitor bandwidth usage on transport circuit 16.2 bandwidth-downstream, bandwidth-upstream
MTUs 14.1 mtu
• Maximum MTU 2000 bytes 16.3  
Multilink interfaces on IOS XE routers 16.9  
PMTU and MTU discovery 14.1 pmtu
Point-to-Point Protocol over Ethernet 15.3.3 pppoe-client
PPP virtual interface 15.3.3 ppp
• CHAP or PAP authentication 15.3.3  
• CHAP and PAP authentication 17.1  
Reset an interface 15.3 request interface-reset
Secondary IPv4 addresses for service-side interfaces 17.1 secondary-address
System interface 14.1 interface
Track interface tag 15.3.8 track-interface-tag
Traffic shaping 14.1 shaping-rate
Tunnel interface (in WAN transport VPN, VPN 0) 14.1 interface
VRRP 14.1 vrrp
• RFC 5798 compliance for virtual MAC addresses and gratuitous ARP requests 16.9/18.3 Configuring VRRP
• Track OMP session to determine status of master router 14.1  
• Track specific interfaces to determine status of master router 15.2  
Wireless LAN (WLAN) 16.3 wlan

Routing Protocols

Feature Software
BGP 14.1 Configuring Overlay Unicast Routing, bgp
• Carry BGP AS path into OMP 17.1 propagate-aspath
Bridging 15.3 Configuring Bridging and IRB, bridge
IGMPv2 14.3 Configuring Overlay Multicast Routing, igmp
Integrated routing and bridging (IRB) 15.3 Configuring Bridging and IRB
Multicast routing 14.2 Configuring Overlay Multicast Routing
• Control interface bandwidth allowed for multicast traffic. 16.1 multicast-buffer-percent
• Multicast replicator 14.2 multicast-replicator
• Use full interface bandwidth 16.1  
OMP 14.1 Configuring OMP, omp
• Advertise backup routes to vEdge routers 15.2 send-backup-paths
• Advertise learned BGP and OSPF external routes into OMP 14.1  
• Advertise connected and static routes into OMP 15.1.1  
• Assign overlap AS number to OMP 17.1 overlay-as
• Discard routes rejected by policy 15.4 discard-rejected
• Set maximum number of equal-cost routes to advertise; change maximum to 16 14.2;
OSPF 14.1 Configuring Overlay Unicast Routing, ospf
• Clear entries in OSPF database 14.2 clear ospf database
PIM-SM 14.2 Configuring Overlay Multicast Routing, pim
• Auto-RP 14.2 auto-rp
• Clear mappings of multicast groups to RPs 14.3 clear pim rp-mapping
• SSM for first-hop routers 16.1  
Transport-side routing (BGP, OSPF in VPN 0) 14.2  

Policy and Forwarding



Access lists (ACLs; localized data policy) 14.1 Configuring Localized Data Policy
• Configuration wizard in vManage NMS 18.2  
• Set DSCP in access lists 15.2  
• Support multicast traffic (except for mirroring) 16.3  
Application-aware routing 14.2 Application-Aware Routing Configuration
• Multiple preferred colors 17.1 action
• Prefer a TLOC for data traffic that matches SLA parameters 15.2 action
• Prefer a TLOC for data traffic that does not match SLA parameters 16.3 action
Centralized control policy 14.1 Configuring Centralized Control Policy
• Match on list of TLOC colors (in addition to matching on individual colors) 15.4 match
omp-tag option replaces tag option 15.4 action, match
• Direct matching routes or TLOCs using configured action 16.3 action
Apply policy—Add restrictions so that you cannot apply the same type of policy (for example, data-policy or control-policy) to sites lists that contain overlapping site IDs
Overlapping site IDs for different types of policies (among app-route-policy, cflowd policy, control-policy, and data-policy)



Centralized data policy 14.1 Configuring Centralized Data Policy
• Apply centralized data policy to data traffic entering local site from service side, from tunnel interface, or both 15.3.3  
• Set GRE encapsulation 15.2  
• Set IPsec encapsulation 14.1  
Cflowd traffic monitoring 14.3 Traffic Flow Monitoring with Cflowd
• Cflowd visibility to allow router to perform traffic flow monitoring on LAN traffic coming in to router 15.3 flow-visibility
• Configuring flow sampling interval 16.3 flow-sampling-interval
• Inactive flow timeout changed to 1 minute 15.3 flow-inactive-timeout
Class maps 14.1 Configuring Localized Data Policy, Forwarding and​ QoS Configuration Examples
• Change LLQ queue from queue 1 to queue 0 14.2 class-map
Deep packet inspection (DPI) 15.2 Configuring Centralized Data Policy, app-visibility, policy lists
• Policy matching on specific applications and application families 15.3  
• DPI and NAT on same router 15.4  
Ingress traffic sent to specific queue 15.3 static-ingress-qos
Localized control policy (for BGP, OSPF) 14.1 Configuring Localized Control Policy
• Match and set tag value to pass into OMP (for BGP, OSPF) 15.4  
• Match OSPF inbound routes 15.4 route-policy
• Match OSPF tag 17.1 match
Log action for logging packet headers 16.3 log
Mirroring 14.1 Configuring Localized Control Policy, mirror
Packet loss priority (PLP) match in application-aware routing policy, centralized data policy, localized data policy (access lists) 16.3 Configuring Application-Aware Routing, Configuring Centralized Control Policy, Configuring Centralized Data Policy, match
Policers 14.1 policer
• Set rate to deliver packets to control plane 15.4 host-policer-pps
• Set number of ICMP error message to generate or receive 15.4 icmp-error-pps
Policy configuration workflow in vManage NMS 17.1 Configuration ► Policies
QoS maps 14.1 qos-map
QoS scheduling and shaping on vEdge Cloud routers 16.3 cloud-qos, cloud-qos-service-side
Rewrite rules 14.1 rewrite-rule
Service chaining: Support for firewall, IDP, IDS, four custom services 14.1 Service Chaining
• ECMP for traffic engineering and service chaining 14.3 Configuring Centralized Control Policy, Configuring Centralized Data Policy
• Services available via GRE interfaces 15.4.1  
SLA classes 14.2 sla-class
• Define by latency and loss 14.2  
• Define by jitter 16.2  
• Multiple preferred colors (TLOCs) 17.1 Configuring Application-Aware Routing, action
Split DNS 17.2 Configuring Split DNS
Variables in data policies for vEdge routers 16.2 Configure Policies
Zone-Based Firewalls 18.2 Zone-Based Firewalls

Software Operating System


Releases 15.4 and Later

Releases 15.3 and Earlier

Number of software images that can be installed on a device



Hard disk partition size on vEdge routers

Routers with factory-installed software:

  • Boot partition: 0.5 GB
  • OS partition: 3.0 GB

Routers with software upgraded from Release 15.3 or earlier:

  • Boot partition: 2.0 GB
  • OS partition: 2.0 GB

Primary: 2.0 GB
Secondary: 2.0 GB

Command to boot a software image

request software activate [clean]

reboot other-boot-partition [no-sync]

Synchronize a configuration when activating (upgrading or downgrading) a previously activated image

Previous image's configuration is always retained.

You can choose to retain the previous image's configuration (sync, which is the default) or to return to the default-factory configuration (no-sync).

Restore default-factory configuration

Boot with image marked as "default" (via the request software set-default command).

Boot with the configuration included when the router was shipped.
Display information about software images

show software displays all installed images, marked as active, previous, and factory default. Also displays timestamp and whether upgrade-confirm was performed by user.

show boot-partition displays active and secondary image versions.

Issuing shell commands

request execute command
(quotation marks are not required; for example, request execute tail -f /var/log/vdebug)

request execute "command"
(quotation marks are required; for example, request execute "tail -f /var/log/vdebug")

Syslog files on the local device (/var/log/vdebug and /var/log/vsyslog)

Hostname and log message severity not included in the files.

Hostname and log message severity included in the files.

Configuration (confd) log files

​/var/log/auth.log (available in Releases 15.4.2 and later)
/var/log/confd.log (in Releases 15.4.2 and later, all other logs in a single file)
In Releases 15.4.0 and 15.4.0, all logs in /var/log/confd.log


vManage NMS

See also vManage NMS Product Help.

Feature Software
Automatically adjust vManage data volume size 17.2 request nms application-server
Basic vManage NMS 15.2  
Browser support: Safari 15.2  
• Chrome 15.3  
• Firefox 15.3  
Certificate management from vManage NMS 15.2 Security Certificates
• Enterprise root certificates, with custom CSR properties 18.2 Configure Certificate Authorization Settings for Controller Devices
Client user session idle timeout 17.1 Administration ► Settings
CloudExpress service 16.3 Using CloudExpress Service
• For sites with direct internet access (DIA) 16.3  
• For DIA sites that access the internet through a secure web gateway 17.1  
Cloud onRamp Service 17.2 Configuring Cloud onRamp Service
• Cloud onRamp service for Microsoft Azure 18.2 Cloud onRamp with Azure
• Map transit VPC/VNet in one account to host VPC/VNet in different account 16.9/18.3 Cloud onRamp with AWS, Cloud onRamp with Azure
Collect data streams from vEdge routers 17.2.2 Administration ► Settings
Configuration templates 15.3 Device Configuration
• Edit templates simultaneously from one or more vManage servers 17.2 Configuration ► Templates
• Mark rows in templates as optional 18.2  
• Policy configuration workflow 17.1 Configuration ► Policies
• Roll back to previous router configuration 17.2 Configuration ► Templates
• View changes to configuration templates 17.2 Audit Log
Custom vManage server logo 16.1

How To Load a Custom vManage Application Server Logo, request nms application-server update-logo

Device groups 14.2  
Display memory usage for vManage cluster statistics database 17.1 Administration ► Cluster Management
Email notification of alarms 16.9/18.3 Configure Email Notifications for Alarms
Login banner on vManage server 16.1 Administration ► Settings
Multiple versions of Viptela software image on vManage NMS 15.4  
Multitenancy 17.2 Use a Multitenant vManage NMS
Overwrite configuration from the CLI on devices managed by and configured from vManage NMS 15.2 commit
Replace and remove a vEdge router from vManage NMS 15.4  
Scrollbars 16.1  
SSH window based on the current browser size and does not readjust if you change window size; vertical scroll bar in SSH window. 15.3.5  
Single sign-on (SSO) 16.9/18.3 Administration ► Settings
Start and stop the vManage NMS. 15.4 request nms-server
Statistics filtering 16.1  
Status of network devices   Determine the Status of a Network Device
• Controller devices 17.2  
• vEdge routers


Support for up to 20 vSmart controllers 15.3  
Time ranges for filtering output 16.1  
Troubleshooting tools   vManage Troubleshooting How-Tos
• Data traffic tunnel statistics 17.2 View Tunnel Health
• Debug log 17.2.2 Use Syslog Messages
• nping 17.2 Ping a Viptela Device
• Router bringup status 17.2 Troubleshoot Device Bringup
• View application-aware routing traffic data 17.2 Check Application-Aware Routing Traffic
• View control connections 17.2.2 View Control Connections
vAnalytics platform 16.3 View Network Performance with vAnalytics Platform
vEdge Cloud router lifecycle management 17.1 Install Signed Certificates on vEdge Cloud Routers, Decommission a vEdge Cloud Router

SD-WAN Software Releases

Releases in 2018

Viptela Software Releases

Releases in 2018

Releases in 2017

Releases in 2016

Releases in 2015

  • Release 15.4, December 2015
  • Release 15.3, August 2015
  • Release 15.2, May 2015
  • Release 15.1, February 2015

Releases in 2014

  • Release 14.3, December 2014
  • Release 14.2, August 2014
  • Release 14.1, March 2014
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