Learn how to deploy the SONiC network operating system on Netberg Ethernet switches. This section provides an overview of the SONiC architecture, instructions to install and upgrade the SONiC image, features and protocols available on SONiC, and configuration examples.
Netberg SONiC images and downloads
Configuring SONiC using CLI or editing JSON
System Logging Protocol (Syslog)
Transceivers and cables status
LAG (Link Aggregation, port-channel)
Virtual Routing and Forwarding – VRF
FRRouting initialization and configuration
BGP announcement network and route redistribution
Equal Cost Multipathing – ECMP
Netberg announced the new Aurora 810 400G model programmable switch with Intel Tofino 2 Intelligent Fabric Processors (IFPs) at its heart. The new platform has 32x 400G QSFP-DD Ethernet ports and a 12.8Tbps switching capacity.
Taipei, Taiwan, 24th of October 2022. Netberg participates in the new round of the Fast Forward Initiative by Intel (FFI'22). The program supports academic and research organizations today, aiming at accelerating tomorrow's best network programmability research.
Taipei, Taiwan 13th of July 2022. Netberg launches its hardened SONiC distribution for Intel Tofino and Marvell Teralynx platforms.
Taipei, Taiwan 8th of November 2021. Netberg’s SONiC platform code for Aurora 715 and Aurora 615 Innovium Teralynx-based switches is accepted into the official GitHub repository.
Taipei, Taiwan 1st of June 2021. Netberg, a leading open networking vendor, announces two new Aurora 715 and Aurora 615 models - high-performance 25/100G switches for future-proof Cloud, Enterprise, and Edge data centers.
Taipei, Taiwan 17th of November 2020. Netberg announces new services - custom networking software and hardware development.