Cumulus VX is a free virtual environment for cloud and network administrators to test the latest technology from Cumulus Networks, removing all organizational and economic barriers to getting started with open networking in your own time, at your own pace, and within your own environment.
The environment can be used to learn about, and evaluate, Cumulus Linux, anytime and anywhere, producing sandbox environments for prototype assessment, pre-production rollouts, and script development.
These release notes support Cumulus VX 3.3.1 and describe its features and known issues.
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Cumulus VX 3.y.z is a significant departure from 2.y.z releases. See the user guide for details on new behaviors and functionality.
- SNMP is enabled for routing protocols
- Various security fixes (see below)
Early Access Features
The following early access features are included in Cumulus VX 3.3.1:
- QinQ: For hybrid cloud connectivity.
- VXLAN routing: For IP routing between VXLAN VNIs in an overlay network.
Note: The EA version of NetQ is not supported under Cumulus VX 3.3.1.
Downloading Cumulus VX
Refer to the Getting Started documentation to download and setup Cumulus VX instances.
Keep in mind the following issues when you are running your Cumulus VX virtual machine.
Perl, Python and BDB Modules
Any Perl scripts that use the
DB_File module or Python scripts that use the
bsddb module won't run under Cumulus VX.
Cumulus Networks provides support for customers using Cumulus VX in testing and troubleshooting environments. For more information, refer to the Cumulus VX Support Policy.
If you have any questions or feedback about Cumulus VX, visit the Cumulus VX community for further support.
Issues Fixed in Cumulus VX 3.3.1
The following is a list of issues fixed in Cumulus VX 3.3.1 from earlier versions of Cumulus VX.
Known Issues in Cumulus VX 3.3.1
Issues are categorized for easy review. Some issues are fixed but will be available in a later release.