Cisco Nexus 7000 Series NX-OS Layer 2 Switching Configuration Guide
New and Changed Information
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New and Changed Information

New and Changed Information

New and Changed Information

The table below summarizes the new and changed features for this document and shows the releases in which each feature is supported. Your software release might not support all the features in this document. For the latest caveats and feature information, see the Bug Search Tool at https:/​/​​bugsearch/​ and the release notes for your software release.

Table 1 New and Changed Features for the Cisco Nexus 7000 Series Layer 2 Switching Configuration Guide



Changed in Release

BPDU Guard

Added support for BPDU Guard error disable.


VLAN translation

You can configure VLAN translation to map traffic between a pair of VLANs.



You can configure MVRP and MRP to restrict flooded traffic on VLAN IDs.


VLAN long-names

You can configure VLAN long-names.


Learning Mode for VLANs

You can configure the learning mode for VLANs.


Dynamic system reserved VLAN range

You can change the range of the system reserved VLANs.


VLAN Trunking Protocol

You can run VTP version 1 and 2 in server, client, transparent , and off modes. VTP pruning is also supported.


Private VLAN isolated and promiscuous trunk ports

You can configure isolated trunk ports and promiscuous trunk ports for private VLANs.


Static MAC addresses for Layer 3 interfaces

You can configure static MAC addresses for Layer 3 interfaces.


Display for MAC tables enhanced when vPC enabled.

The display for the show mac address-table command shows additional information when you have enabled and configured the vPC feature.


Display enabled features

You can display which features are enabled on the device.


VLAN Trunking Protocol

You can run VTP in transparent mode.


Layer 2 consistency

The show forwarding consistency l2 command displays inconsistent entries on the MAC address table between the modules.