Monday, December 27, 2010

Weak current College】 【SAN special terminology details (3)】.

FCA (fibre channel Association)

FC-0 fibre channel network, that is, the bottom of the physical medium.

FC-1 this layer include 8b/10b encoding scheme.

This layer is responsible for framing FC-2 and Protocol, the frame structure, sequence/Exchange Management and use of fixed character set.

FC-3 this layer includes a node of the more common services N_Port port.

FC-4 this layer is responsible for the processing standards and profiles, service to the upper layer protocol (such as SCSI and IP) to the fibre channel protocol mapping work.

FC-AL (fibre channel arbitrated loop)


FC-CT (fibre channel common transmission)

FC-FG (fibre channel General requirements)

FC-FLA (fibre channel loop access)

FC-GS (fibre channel universal service)

FC-GS-2 (fibre channel second-generation universal service)

FC_IP (used for IP protocol of fibre channel)

FC-PH (fibre channel physical Protocol): FC-0, FC-1 and FC-2 layer physical and signaling protocol, while also signaling on link, physical media types and transfer speed.

FC-PH-2 (second generation physical interface)

FC-PH-3 (third-generation physical interface)

F_RJT (schema port denial-of-frame): sends a command structure frames, used to indicate the frame sends the request is denied. The reasons for rejection may not support service levels, frame header is not valid or no available N_Port port.

FC_SB (fibre channel single byte)

FC-SW (fibre channel switch fabric): provides fibre channel switch interconnect and initialization of tools and algorithms, to establish more fibre channel switch.

FC-SW-2 (second-generation Fibre Channel switch fabric): provides interconnect and initialize the fibre channel switches to form multiple switches FC algorithms and tools.

FC_VI (fibre channel virtual interface)

FCC (Federal Communications Commission)

FCIA (fibre channel industry association): its mission is to provide fibre channel products cultivate and expand their markets.

FCLC (fibre channel loop community)

FCP (fibre channel protocol): defines the SCSI interface to fibre channel mapping.

FDDI (fiber distributed data interface): American National Standards Institute (ANSI) to develop network structure standard man, FDDI networks based on fiber and construction that provides per-second 100 megabits of transmission capacity.

FFFFF5Class6 multicast server known fibre channel address

FFFFF6 clock synchronization server known fibre channel address

FFFFF7 security key distributor of known fibre channel address

FFFFF8 alias servers known fibre channel address

FFFFF9 quality of service (QoS) provider known fibre channel address

FFFFFA management server known fibre channel address

FFFFFB time server known fibre channel address

FFFFFC directory server known fibre channel address

FFFFFD schema controller known fibre channel address

FFFFFEF_Port port known fibre channel address

FFFFFF known broadcast address

Fillword known broadcast address

FL_Port (schema loop port): for the loop is connected to the schema, you need to enable LED optic loop interface card.

It is a loop NL_Port port access schema import.

Flash (Flash): a programmable NVRAM memory, you can save the data.

FLOGI (schema login): node logical connection to the schema in the switch process.

F_Port a same N_Port port connection architecture port.

FractionalBandwidth (portion): using the link portion of the transmission of data, each N_Port port can have up to 254 Class4 connection.

Frame (frame): for network transmission and defined data unit, starting by frame delimiter (SOF), frames, data part, cyclic redundancy check (CRC), and frame terminator (EOF) is composed of several parts. The data portion of the length of 0-2112 bytes, the CRC has a length of 4 bytes.

FRU (field replacement unit): failure of replaceable parts.

FSP (fibre channel services agreement): for all General Service-level agreement FC-4 transparent to the schema type and network topology.

FSPF (fibre shortest path first Protocol): a fibre channel switch routing protocol.

Fullduplex (full duplex): a connection to send and receive data at the same time.

Fullfabriccitizenship (full schema members): you can log on to the name service loop device

GatEway (gateway): used to connect network devices are not compatible, could provide the necessary hardware and conversion work.

GBIC (Gigabit interface converter): a removable transceiver modules that provide fibre channel and Gigabit physical layer between the conversion.

Gbps gigabits per second

GBps per second gigabytes

Gigabit1, 062, 500, 000 bits

GLM (Gigabit link module): a translucent transceiver with serial/string and convert functions.

G_Port (universal port): support for E_Port port or F_Port port

GUI (graphical user interface)

HBA (host bus adapter) server or workstation bus and fibre channel interface between the network.

HiPPI (high performance parallel interface): a 800Mbit/sec interface is typically used for super computer environment.

Hotswappable (hot swap): to program the State for replacement parts.

HSSDC high-speed serial data connection

HTTP (Hypertext Transfer Protocol): the WorldWideWeb (World Wide Web) of the standard TCP/IP transport protocol.

Hub (hub): fibre channel line connectors for loops topology shrinkage for the star topology. Hub can automatically identify the activity node and add it to the loop, but stopped working node was moved out of the loop.

HuntGroup (for groups): an alias ID to register for multiple N_Por port so that the schema is routed to the empty

Free ports.

Idle (idle): when the link has no data to transfer, the continuous fixed binary sequence sent to maintain link activities. Also be used to maintain a bit, Byte and Word-of-sync.

In-band (band): fibre channel that is used to manage the data transfer protocol.

Initiator (boot device): in fibre channel networks, and storage device between the initiator of the transaction, which can be one of the servers or workstations.

Intercabinet (cabinets wiring): copper cable erection of a specification that allows a connection distance between the Cabinet of up to 33 m.

Intermix (mixed): allows the connection of Class1 idle bandwidth for Class2 Class3 or connection.

Interswitch (inter-switch connections): see ISL

Intracabinet (Cabinet wiring): copper cable erection of a specification that allows Cabinet wiring length 13 m.

IOD (ordered sending): a set parameters, ensure that the frame in order to send, otherwise it would abandon the frame.

IP (Internet Protocol): the part of the TCP/IP suite of protocols, and a network host address.

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