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Cisco Nexus 9000 Series NX-OS Release Notes, Release 6.1(2)I2(2a)

Contents

Introduction

System Requirements

Supported Device Hardware

Supported Optics

New and Changed Information

New Hardware Features in Cisco NX-OS Release 6.1(2)I2(2a)

New Software Features in Cisco NX-OS Release 6.1(2)I2(2a)

Installation Notes

Upgrade Instructions

Software Maintenance Upgrades

Limitations

Unsupported Features

VXLAN Features

VXLAN Topology Restrictions

VXLAN ACL Limitations

PVLANs

DHCP

Caveats

Open Caveats—Cisco NX-OS Release 6.1

Related Documentation

Configuration Guides

Other Software Documents

Hardware Documents

Release Notes

Documentation Feedback

Obtaining Documentation and Submitting a Service Request

Cisco Nexus 9000 Series NX-OS Release Notes, Release 6.1(2)I2(2a)

Publication Date: June 18, 2014
Part Number: OL-31713-03 D0
Current Release: Release 6.1(2)I2(2a)

This document describes the features, caveats, and limitations for Cisco NX-OS Release 6.1(2)I2(2a) software for use on the Cisco Nexus 9000 Series switches and the Cisco Nexus 3164 switch. Use this document in combination with documents listed in the Related Documentation.

Table 1 shows the online change history for this document.

Table 1 Online History Change

Part Number
Revision
Date
Description

OL-31713-03

A0

June 18, 2014

Created the release notes for Release 6.1(2)I2(2a).

B0

June 23, 2014

Added a new feature related to BGP to the “New Software Features in Cisco NX-OS Release 6.1(2)I2(2a)” section.

C0

July 1, 2014

Added Table 3 that lists supported Cisco Nexus 3164 hardware.

D0

August 29, 2014

Added the “Software Maintenance Upgrades” section.

E0

October 1, 2014

Noted that the Cisco Nexus X9432PQ I/O module supports static breakout.

F0

October 16, 2014

Updated hardware information for the Cisco Nexus 93128TX switch.

Introduction

Cisco NX-OS software is a data center-class operating system designed for performance, resiliency, scalability, manageability, and programmability at its foundation. The Cisco NX-OS software provides a robust and comprehensive feature set that meets the requirements of virtualization and automation in mission-critical data center environments. The modular design of the Cisco NX-OS operating system makes zero-impact operations a reality and enables exceptional operational flexibility.

The Cisco Nexus 9000 Series uses an enhanced version of Cisco NX-OS software with a single binary image that supports every switch in the series, which simplifies image management.

System Requirements

This section includes the following topics:

Supported Device Hardware

Table 2 lists the Cisco Nexus 9000 Series hardware that Cisco NX-OS Release 6.1(2)I2(2a) supports.

Table 2 Cisco Nexus 9000 Series Hardware

Product ID
Hardware
Quantity

N9K-C9516

Cisco Nexus 9516 16-slot chassis

1

N9K-C9516-FM

Cisco Nexus 9500 Series fabric module

6

N9K-C9516-FAN

Cisco Nexus 9516 fan trays

3

N9K-C9508

Cisco Nexus 9508 8-slot chassis

1

N9K-C9508-FM

Cisco Nexus 9508 Series fabric module

6

N9K-C9508-FAN

Cisco Nexus 9508 fan trays

3

N9K-X9564PX

Cisco Nexus 9500 Series 48-port, 1-/10-Gbps SFP+ plus 4-port QSFP I/O module

Up to 16 in the Cisco Nexus 9516
Up to 8 in the Cisco Nexus 9508
Up to 4 in the Cisco Nexus 9504

N9K-X9564TX

Cisco Nexus 9500 Series 48-port, 1-/10-Gbps BASE-T plus 4-port QSFP I/O module

Up to 16 in the Cisco Nexus 9516
Up to 8 in the Cisco Nexus 9508
Up to 4 in the Cisco Nexus 9504

N9K-X9636PQ

Cisco Nexus 9500 36-port, 40 Gigabit Ethernet QSPF aggregation module

Up to 16 in the Cisco Nexus 9516
Up to 8 in the Cisco Nexus 9508
Up to 4 in the Cisco Nexus 9504

N9K-X9636PQ

Cisco Nexus 9500 Series 36-port 40-Gigabit QSFP I/O module

Up to 8 in the Cisco Nexus 9508
Up to 4 in the Cisco Nexus 9504

N9K-X9464PX

Cisco Nexus 9500 Series 48-port 10-Gigabit SFP+ plus 4-port QSFP I/O module

Up to 16 in the Cisco Nexus 9516
Up to 8 in the Cisco Nexus 9508
Up to 4 in the Cisco Nexus 9504

N9K-X9464TX

Cisco Nexus 9500 Series 48-port 10-GBASE-T plus 4-port QSFP I/O module

Up to 16 in the Cisco Nexus 9516
Up to 8 in the Cisco Nexus 9508
Up to 4 in the Cisco Nexus 9504

N9K-X9432PQ1

Cisco Nexus 9500 Series 32-port 40-Gigabit QSFP I/O module

Up to 16 in the Cisco Nexus 9516
Up to 8 in the Cisco Nexus 9508
Up to 4 in the Cisco Nexus 9504

N9K-SC-A

Cisco Nexus 9500 Series System Controller Module

2

N9K-SUP-A

Cisco Nexus 9500 Series supervisor module

2

N9K-PAC-3000W-B

Cisco Nexus 9500 Series 3000 W AC power supply

Up to 6 in the Cisco Nexus 9508
Up to 4 in the Cisco Nexus 9504

N9K-C9504

Cisco Nexus 9504 4-slot chassis

1

N9K-C9504-FM

Cisco Nexus 9504 fabric module

6

N9K-C9504-FAN

Cisco Nexus 9504 fan trays

3

N9K-C9396PX

Cisco Nexus 9300 48-port, 1/10 Gigabit Ethernet SFP+ and 12-port, 40 Gigabit Ethernet QSPF switch

1

N9K-C93128TX

Cisco Nexus 9300 switch with 96 1-/10-Gigabit BASE-T ports and eight 40-Gigabit Ethernet QSPF ports (The 1-/10-Gigabit BASE-T ports also support a speed of 100 Megabits.)

1

N9K-M12PQ

Cisco Nexus 9300 uplink module, 12-port, 40 Gigabit Ethernet QSPF

1 (required)

N9K-PAC-650W2

Cisco Nexus 9300 650 W AC power supply, hot air out (red)

2 or less

N9K-PAC-650W-B 2

Cisco Nexus 9300 650 W AC power supply, cold air in (blue)

2 or less

N9K-PAC-1200W3

Cisco Nexus 9300 1200 W AC power supply, hot air out (red)

2 or less

N9K-PAC-1200W-B 3

Cisco Nexus 9300 1200 W AC power supply, cold air in (blue)

2 or less

N9K-C9300-FAN1 2

Cisco Nexus 9300 fan 1, hot air out (red)

3

N9K-C9300-FAN1-B 2

Cisco Nexus 9300 fan 1, cold air in (blue)

3

N9K-C9300-FAN2 3

Cisco Nexus 9300 fan 2, hot air out (red)

3

N9K-C9300-FAN2-B 3

Cisco Nexus 9300 fan 2, cold air in (blue)

3

1.The N9K-X9432PQ I/O module supports static breakout.

2.For use with the Cisco Nexus 9396 switch (N9K-C9396PX).

3.For use with the Cisco Nexus 93128 switch (N9K-C93128TX).

For additional information about the supported hardware, see the Cisco Nexus 9516 Switch Site Preparation and Hardware Installation Guide, the Cisco Nexus 9508 Switch Site Preparation and Hardware Installation Guide, the Cisco Nexus 9504 Switch Site Preparation and Hardware Installation Guide , and the Cisco Nexus 9300 Series Switch Site Preparation and Hardware Installation Guide.

Table 3 lists the Cisco Nexus 3164 switch hardware that Cisco NX-OS Release 6.1(2)I2(2a) supports.

Table 3 Cisco Nexus 3164 Switch Hardware

Product ID
Hardware
Quantity

N3K-C3164Q-40GE

Cisco Nexus 3164 switch

1

N9K-C9300-FAN3

Cisco Nexus 3164 fan module

3

N9K-PAC-1200W

Cisco Nexus 3164 1200W AC power supply

2

For additional information about the supported hardware, see the Cisco Nexus 3000 Series Hardware Installation Guide .

Supported Optics

Table 4 lists the supported optical components.

Table 4 Transceivers and Cables

Product ID
Transceivers and Cables

QSFP-40G-SR4

40GBASE-SR4 QSFP transceiver module for MMF, 4-lanes, 850-nm wavelength, 12-fiber MPO/MTP connector

QSFP-40G-CSR4

40GBASE-CSR4 QSFP transceiver module for MMF, 4-lanes, 850-nm wavelength, 12-fiber MPO/MTP connector, 300-m reach with OM3 fiber

QSFP-40G-SR-BD

QSFP bidirectional transceiver module, duplex multimode fiber, LC duplex connector, 100-m reach with OM3 fiber

QSFP-40GE-LR4

40GBASE-LR4 QSFP 40G transceiver module for single mode fiber, 4 CWDM lanes in 1310-nm window muxed inside module, duplex LC connector, 10-km, 40G Ethernet rate only

QSFP-4x10G-AC7M

40GBASE-CR4 QSFP to four 10GBASE-CU SFP+ direct attach breakout cable assembly, 7 meter active

QSFP-4x10G-AC10M

40GBASE-CR4 QSFP to four 10GBASE-CU SFP+ direct attach breakout cable assembly, 10 meter active

QSFP-H40G-CU5M

40GBASE-CR4 QSFP direct-attach copper cable, 5 meter passive

QSFP-H40G-CU3M

40GBASE-CR4 QSFP direct-attach copper cable, 3 meter passive

QSFP-H40G-CU1M

40GBASE-CR4 QSFP direct-attach copper cable, 1 meter passive

QSFP-H40G-ACU7M

40GBASE-CR4 QSFP direct-attach copper cable, 7 meter active

QSFP-H40G-ACU10M

40GBASE-CR4 QSFP direct-attach copper cable, 10 meter active

SFP-10G-SR

10GBASE-SR SFP+ module

SFP-10G-LR

10GBASE-LR SFP+ module

SFP-H10GB-CU1M

10GBASE-CU SFP+ cable 1 meter

SFP-H10GB-CU3M

10GBASE-CU SFP+ cable 3 meter

SFP-H10GB-CU5M

10GBASE-CU SFP+ cable 5 meter

SFP-H10GB-ACU-7M

Active Twinax cable assembly, 7 meter

SFP-H10GB-ACU-10M

Active Twinax cable assembly, 10 meter

GLC-T

1000BASE-T SFP

GLC-SX-MM

GE SFP, LC connector SX transceiver

GLC-LH-SM

GE SFP, LC connector LX/LH transceiver


Note For the current release, if you are using the four 10G breakout cables with a Cisco Nexus 9000 Series switch, all ports on the I/O module must be set to breakout mode. A maximum of three l/O modules can be placed in breakout mode.


New and Changed Information

This section lists the new and changed features in Release 6.1(2)I2(2a), and includes the following topics:

New Hardware Features in Cisco NX-OS Release 6.1(2)I2(2a)

The Cisco NX-OS Release 6.1(2)I2(2a) supports the following new hardware:

  • The Cisco Nexus 9516 switch chassis (N9K-C9516) that supports these components:

Fabric modules—up to six fabric modules (N9K-C9516-FM) behind the fan trays

Supervisor modules—up to two supervisor modules (N9K-SUP-A)

System controllers—up to two system controller modules (N9K-SC-A)

I/O modules—up to 16 of the following I/O modules:

48-port 1-/10-Gigabit BASE-T and 4-port 10-/40-Gigabit QSFP I/O module (N9K-X9564TX)

48-port 1-/10-Gigabit SFP+ and 4-port 10-/40-Gigabit QSFP I/O module (N9K-X9564PX)

36-port 40-Gbps QSFP aggregation I/O module (N9K-X9636PQ)

36-port 40-Gigabit QSFP I/O module (N9K-X9536PQ)

48-port 10-Gigabit SFP+ plus 4-port I/O module (N9K-X9464PX)

48-port 10-GBASE-T plus 4-port QSFP I/O module (N9K-X9464TX)

32-port 40-Gigabit QSFP plus 8-port QSFP I/O module (N9K-X9432PQ)

Fan trays—three (N9K-C9516-FAN)

AC power supplies—up to four 3-kW AC power supplies (N9K-PAC-3000W-B)

  • New I/O modules:

Cisco Nexus 9500 Series 36-port 40-Gigabit QSFP I/O module (N9K-X9536PQ)

Cisco Nexus 9500 Series 48-port 10-Gigabit SFP+ plus 4-port QSFP I/O module (N9K-X9464PX)

Cisco Nexus 9500 Series 48-port 10-GBASE-T plus 4-port QSFP I/O module (N9K-X9464TX)

Cisco Nexus 9500 Series 32-port 40-Gigabit QSFP plus 8-port QSFP I/O module (N9K-X9432PQ)

  • Support for the Cisco Nexus 3164 switch

Cisco Nexus Release 6.1(2)I2(2a) runs on the Cisco Nexus 3164 switch (N3K-C3164Q-40GE).

New Software Features in Cisco NX-OS Release 6.1(2)I2(2a)

The Cisco NX-OS Release 6.1(2)I2(2a) supports the software features listed in this section.

  • System nonhierarchical routing mode—This feature increases the longest prefix match (LPM) scale by programming all of the Layer 3 IPv4 and IPv6 routes on the line cards and none of the routes on the fabric modules.
  • New VXLAN commands have been added:

show nve vni vni_number counters

show nve peers peer_IP_address interface interface_ID counters

clear nve vni vni_number counters

clear nve peers peer_IP_address interface interface_ID counters

  • Several QoS commands have been enhanced. In particular, the show queuing command has been modified to provide information for a particular module or for the system as a whole. For example:

The show queuing module 1 command displays queuing information for all interfaces on module 1.

The show queuing command displays information for all interfaces in the system. The output of this command can be quite large.

For additional information, see the Cisco Nexus 9000 Series NX-OS Quality of Service Configuration Guide.

  • QoS Support for 8q Mode

When you configure QoS features, and the system requests MQC objects, you can use system-defined objects for 4q mode or system-defined objects for 8q mode.

The following switches support system-defined objects for 8q mode:

Cisco Nexus 9516

Cisco Nexus 9508

Cisco Nexus 9504

Cisco Nexus 3164

Changing to 8q mode from the default 4q mode allows you to direct network traffic to queues 4 through 7, which provides 4 additional queues over the currently available 4 queues.

For additional information, see the Cisco Nexus 9000 Series NX-OS Quality of Service Configuration Guide.

  • Operating Modes for Fabric Modules

Fabric modules with the network forwarding engine (NFE) can operate in two modes: full-rate mode (FRM) or oversubscribed mode (OSM). In OSM, all 32 ports are enabled on the NFE for a total I/O bandwidth of 1280G. In FRM, only 24 ports are enabled on the NFE for a total bandwidth of 960G at all packet sizes. In OSM, the NFE cannot run at line rate for packet sizes of less than 200 bytes.

Starting in Cisco NX-OS Release 6.1(2)I2(2a), fabric module NFEs can run in FRM or OSM, but OSM is the default mode. The new system fabric-mode full-rate command allows you to configure the system fabric in FRM or OSM mode.

For additional information, see the Cisco Nexus 9000 Series NX-OS High Availability and Redundancy Guide .

  • Traffic Storm Control Counters

Cisco NX-OS Release 6.1(2)I2(2a) adds support for traffic storm control counters, including the ability to generate an SNMP trap and a syslog message when the traffic storm control limit is reached.

For information on how to configure traffic storm control counters, see the Cisco Nexus 9000 Series NX-OS Security Configuration Guide.

  • BGP FIB Suppress Pending Updates

Cisco NX-OS Release 6.1(2)I2(2a) adds the ability to advertise newly learned Border Gateway Protocol (BGP) routes only after these routes are confirmed by the Forwarding Information Base (FIB) and programmed in the hardware.

For more information, see the Cisco Nexus 9000 Series NX-OS Unicast Configuration Guide.

  • This release supports JSON-RPC. For additional information, see the Cisco Nexus 9000 Series NX-OS Programmability Guide.
  • This release introduces support for source interface configuration from FTP and HTTP. For more information, see the Cisco Nexus 9000 Series NX-OS Fundamentals Configuration Guide.
  • BGP can now be configured to shrink next-hop groups when a session goes down (using the neighbor-down fib-accelerate command). This feature is documented in the Cisco Nexus 9000 Series NX-OS Unicast Routing Configuration Guide.

Installation Notes

Only one software image (called nx-os) is required to load the Cisco NX-OS operating system. This image runs on all Cisco Nexus 9000 Series switches. For installation instructions, see the Cisco Nexus 9000 Series NX-OS Software Upgrade and Downgrade Guide.

Upgrade Instructions

To perform a software upgrade, follow the installation instructions in the Cisco Nexus 9000 Series NX-OS Software Upgrade and Downgrade Guide.

Software Maintenance Upgrades

For information about software maintenance upgrades, see the “Performing Software Maintenance Upgrades” section in the Cisco Nexus 9000 Series NX-OS System Management Configuration Guide.


Note If you perform a software maintenance upgrade (SMU) and later upgrade your device to a new Cisco NX-OS software release, the new image will overwrite both the previous Cisco NX-OS release and the SMU package file.


Limitations

This section lists limitations related to Cisco NX-OS Release 6.1(2)I2(2a).

  • The uplink module should not be removed from a Cisco 9300 switch that is running Cisco NX-OS Release 6.1(2)I2(2). The ports on the uplink module should be used only for uplinks.
  • The N9K-M12PQ GEM module front panel ports do not support autonegotiation with copper cables. Manually configure the speed on the peer switch.
  • GOLD port loopback tests are not supported.
  • The ASIC Memory-NS test is not applicable for the N9K-X9636PQ line card and will be removed in future releases for the N9K-X9636PW line card. The test is also shown incorrectly for the N9K-X9636PQ line card. The test is applicable only for the N9K-X9564PX and N9K-X9564TX line cards.
  • 802.1Q user-priority tagged frames (VLAN 0 with a 802.1p CoS value in the VLAN tag) are dropped on NS access ports on ToR switches.
  • An NS trunk port sends out tagged packets on the native VLAN of the port. Normally, untagged packets are sent on the native VLAN.
  • On the Cisco Nexus 9300 Series switches with the N9K-X9636PQ and N9K-X9636TX line cards, there is no support for PFC.
  • The N9K-M12PQ GEM module front panel ports do not support autonegotiation with copper cables.
  • Breakout of 40G interfaces to 10g interfaces is not supported on the Cisco Nexus 3164 switch (N3K-C3164Q-40GE).
  • Eight QoS groups are supported only on modular platforms with the following line cards:

Cisco Nexus 9500 Series 36-port 40-Gigabit QSFP I/O module (N9K-X636PQ)

Cisco Nexus 9500 Series 48-port 10-Gigabit SFP+ plus 4-port QSFP I/O module (N9K-X9464PX)

Cisco Nexus 9500 Series 48-port 10-GBASE-T plus 4-port QSFP I/O module (N9K-X9464TX)

Cisco Nexus 9500 Series 32-port 40-Gigabit QSFP plus 8-port QSFP I/O module (N9K-X9432PQ)

  • The Cisco Nexus 9516 switch does not support the Cisco Nexus 9500 Series 36-port 40-Gigabit QSFP I/O module (N9K-X636PQ).

Unsupported Features

This section lists features that are not supported in the current release.

VXLAN Features

This section lists VXLAN features that are not supported.

  • VXLAN routing is not supported.

The default Layer 3 gateway for VXLAN VLANs should be provisioned on a different device.

  • Switch virtual interface (SVI) is not supported on VXLAN VLANs.
  • VXLAN Layer 3 uplinks are not supported on a nondefault virtual routing and forwarding (VRF) instance.
  • Switched Port Analyzer (SPAN) Tx for VXLAN traffic is not supported for the access to the network direction.
  • RACLs are not supported on Layer 3 uplinks for VXLAN traffic. Egress VACLs cannot be used on decapsulated packets in the network-to-access direction on the inner payload. As a best practice, use PACLs/VACLs for the access-to-network direction.
  • QoS classification is not supported for VXLAN traffic in the network-to-access direction.
  • The QoS buffer-boost feature is not applicable for VXLAN traffic.
  • Access control list (ACL) and quality of service (QoS) for VXLAN traffic in the network-to-access direction is not supported.
  • There is no uplink SVI support. As a best practice, use the Layer 3 port-channel uplinks/equal cost multipath (ECMP) uplinks instead.
  • There is no native VLAN support for VXLAN. All traffic on VXLAN Layer 2 trunks need to be tagged.
  • Consistency checkers are not supported for VXLAN tables.
  • Just one network virtualization edge (NVE) interface is allowed on the switch.
  • Because the NVE (VXLAN) process is not restartable, patching support is not supported for VXLAN.

VXLAN Topology Restrictions

  • A device cannot be a VXLAN gateway mode (vxlan-vlan flows) and a VXLAN bridging mode (vxlan-vxlan flows) for the same multicast groups, which are also called the bud-node topology. As a best practice, use the device as either a bridging device or a gateway device, but not both.
  • Due to bud node restrictions, a VXLAN tunnel endpoint (VTEP) cannot reach the rendezvous point (RP) through another VTEP. Because of this limitation, there can be no direct Layer 3 links between two VTEPs, unless one of the VTEPs is the RP.

VXLAN ACL Limitations

The following ACL related features are not supported:

  • Ingress router access control list (RACL) that is applied on an uplink Layer 3 interface that matches on the inner or outer payload in the network-to-access direction (decapsulated path)
  • Egress RACL that is applied on an uplink Layer 3 interface that matches on the inner or outer payload in the access-to-network direction (encapsulated path)
  • Egress VACL for decapsulated VXLAN traffic

We recommend that you use a port access control list (PACL)/VACL on the access side to filter out traffic entering the overlay network.

PVLANs

Private VLANs (PVLANs) are not supported.

DHCP

DHCP subnet broadcast is not supported.

Caveats

This section includes the following topic:

Open Caveats—Cisco NX-OS Release 6.1

Table 5 lists the open caveats in the Cisco NX-OS Release 6.1(2)I2(2a) release. Click the Bug ID to access the Bug Search tool and see additional information about the bug.

Table 5 Open Caveats in Cisco NX-OS Release 6.1(2)I2(2a)

Bug ID
Description

CSCui54272

The Link Pause feature is not supported on the Cisco Nexus 9500 Series devices.

CSCuj51631

DHCP relay to a subnet broadcast address does not work.

CSCul18670

The show license usage command shows the incorrect license if a valid license is installed over an honor license.

CSCum32811

Multicast packets that are received on Layer 3 to VXLAN groups should not be sent to the CPU.

CSCum36233

The MAC address for the ToR switch does not match IP packets with the mac packet-classify feature.

CSCun00831

During the bootup of a peer switch, native-vlan mismatch syslog messages with CDP might appear.

CSCun01299

The show hardware capacity command should include MAC address table and route table information.

CSCun26726

HSRP packet decoding fails with an assertion error.

CSCun34856

All VLANs are suspended if one has a QoS policy but the TCAM is not configured.

CSCun69596

Unicast traffic still goes after out after the VNI configuration is removed.

CSCun87017

NS 40G access port drops cause packet flooding.

CSCuo68827

Synced MAC addresses are missing in hardware after a vPC peer reload.

CSCuo68989

The show environment fan command does not display the fan PID.

CSCup28117

The output of the show hardware capacity forwarding command for max-host-route-entries is incorrect.

CSCup30556

A pltfm_config core occurs while downgrading from Cisco NX-OS Release 6.1(2)I2(2a) to Release 6.1(2)I2(2).

CSCup35239

Packets that egress on the VI NS port are not seen by the Ethanalyzer.

CSCup36169

The show queuing interface command returns an error for the internal interface.

CSCup43350

Storm control does not work correctly on 10G ports on the Cisco Nexus 9396 switch.

CSCup45559

A vPC core occurs when the software is upgraded to Cisco NX-OS 6.1(2)I2(2a).

Related Documentation

The entire Cisco Nexus 9000 Series NX-OS documentation set is available at the following URL:

http://www.cisco.com/c/en/us/support/switches/nexus-9000-series-switches/tsd-products-support-series-home.html

Configuration Guides

Cisco Nexus 9000 Series NX-OS Fundamentals Configuration Guide

Cisco Nexus 9000 Series NX-OS High Availability and Redundancy Guide

Cisco Nexus 9000 Series NX-OS Interfaces Configuration Guide

Cisco Nexus 9000 Series NX-OS Layer 2 Switching Configuration Guide

Cisco Nexus 9000 Series NX-OS Multicast Routing Configuration Guide

Cisco Nexus 9000 Series NX-OS Quality of Service Configuration Guide

Cisco Nexus 9000 Series NX-OS Security Configuration Guide

Cisco Nexus 9000 Series NX-OS System Management Configuration Guide

Cisco Nexus 9000 Series NX-OS Unicast Routing Configuration Guide

Cisco Nexus 9000 Series NX-OS Verified Scalability Guide

Cisco Nexus 9000 Series NX-OS VXLAN Configuration Guide

Other Software Documents

Cisco Nexus 7000 Series and 9000 Series NX-OS MIB Quick Reference

Cisco Nexus 9000 Series NX-OS Programmability Guide

Cisco Nexus 9000 Series Software Upgrade and Downgrade Guide

Cisco Nexus 9000 Series NX-OS System Messages Reference

Cisco Nexus 9000 Series NX-OS Troubleshooting Guide

Cisco NX-OS Licensing Guide

Cisco NX-OS XML Interface User Guide

Minimum and Recommended Cisco NX-OS Releases for Cisco Nexus 9000 Series Switches

Hardware Documents

Cisco Nexus 9396 Switch Site Preparation and Hardware Installation Guide

Cisco Nexus 93128 Switch Site Preparation and Hardware Installation Guide

Cisco Nexus 9504 Switch Site Preparation and Hardware Installation Guide

Cisco Nexus 9508 Switch Site Preparation and Hardware Installation Guide

Cisco Nexus 9516 Switch Site Preparation and Hardware Installation Guide

Release Notes

Cisco Nexus 9000 Series FPGA/EPLD Upgrade Release Notes

Cisco Nexus 9000 Series NX-OS Release Note s

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