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Ruijie RG-S6500 Series Switch Firmware
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Release Date: May 20, 2021

Applicable Products: RG-S6510-48VS8CQ  /  RG-S6510-4C


Release Reason: 

1. Solve the problem of MLAG VXLAN scenario, vni is greater than 4094, vxlan mac cannot be synchronized to the mlag remote end;
2. Solve the problem of overlay+mlag scenario. The device receives the arp unicast request message whose destination mac is anycast-gateway-mac configured on this machine, forwards the message, and the arp unicast floods the problem;
3. Solve the problem that VRF static route configuration may fail, prompting "% Invalid nexthop address. (It's this router).";
4. Solve the problem of configuring ip route vrf vrf1 to point to the static tunnel and sending Layer 3 traffic with dip from the ac port unable to be forwarded;
5. Solve the problem of ECMP-FRR scenario, residual ibgp routing at the bottom layer, and inconsistency between the upper and lower layers;
6. Solve the problem of configuring the peerlink port Layer 2 sub-interface and enabling the peerlink port address learning capability (theoretically the peerlink port does not have the address learning capability);
7. Solve the problem that function commands not supported by layer 2 sub-interfaces need to be blocked;
8. Solve the problem of deleting the static routing master and backup after installing frr, causing the nsm process to restart and causing coredump;
9. Solve the problem that the BGP write warn file limit file size does not take effect, resulting in more and more flash occupied;
10. Solve the problem that when vxlan tunnel traffic statistics is turned on, the total number of tunnels is 154, and after tunnel flapping, the traffic cannot be counted for 6 tunnels;
11. The OR port learns 256 arps with the first 24 high-order macs incremented, and then modifies the mac of one of the arps (the first 24 high-order macs are different from the 256 learned before), and the device will appear ssa coredump;
12. The OR port learns 1000 arps with the first 24 high-order MACs incremented, and then modifies the arp MAC (the first 24 high-order MACs are different from the 1000 learned before). Subsequent devices that learn arps can only send them to ALPM. table, affecting next hop capacity.

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