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FC Switches

overview

In the computer storage field, a Fibre Channel switch is a network switch compatible with the Fibre Channel (FC) protocol. It allows the creation of a Fibre Channel fabric, that is currently the core component of most storage area networks (SAN). The fabric is a network of Fibre Channel devices which allows many-to-many communication, device name lookup, security, and redundancy. FC switches implement zoning, a mechanism that disables unwanted traffic between certain fabric nodes.A Fibre Channel director is, by current convention, a switch with at least 128 ports. It does not differ from a switch in core FC protocol functionality. The term itself initially soaked from old ESCON technology.
prerequisties
  • None
Duration
Online
  • It is a 20 days program and extends up to 2hrs each.
  • The format is 40% theory, 60% Hands-on.

Corporate
  • It is a 5 days program and extends up to 8hrs each.
  • The format is 40% theory, 60% Hands-on.
Classroom
    Private Classroom arranged on request and minimum attendies for batch is 4.
course content
  • Introduction, Concepts & Terminology
    • The need for a new interface
    • Performance trends
    • Storage trends
    • Parallel I/O limitations
    • Serial interface alternatives
    • Technology assumptions
    • Key Fibre Channel objectives
    • I/O and Network convergence
  • FC-0: Physical Interface
    • Physical interface concepts
    • Link rates & distances
    • Optical or electrical?
    • Optical interfaces
    • Optical data transmission
    • Single-mode optical fiber
    • Multi-mode optical fiber
    • Electrical interfaces
    • Electrical characteristics
    • Fibre Channel connectors
  • FC-1: Data Link Control
    • 8B/10B encoding/decoding
    • Disparity
    • Special characters
    • Ordered sets
    • Frame delimiters
    • Primitive signals
    • Primitive sequences
    • Link Level Protocols
  • FC-2: Transport Protocol
    • Transport protocol concepts
    • Exchange management
    • Exchange multiplexing
    • Sequence management
    • Segmentation/reassembly
    • Sequence initiative
    • Frame structure
    • Frame header description
    • Optional headers
    • Frame data field
    • Error detection (CRC)
    • Link Control frames
    • Acknowledge (ACK)
    • Busy (BSY)
    • Reject (RCT)
    • Flow control
    • Link level (buffer-to-buffer)
    • Source to destination (end-to-end)
    • Classes of service
    • Dedicated connection
    • Connectionless
    • Datagram
    • Virtual circuits
  • FC-3 Fibre Channel Services
    • Common services
    • Basic link services
    • Extended link services
    • Session management
    • Login services
    • World-wide names
    • Service parameters
    • Port login trace example
    • The name server
  • FC-4: Protocol Mappings
    • Protocol mapping concepts
    • Information sets
    • Protocol information units
    • SCSI-3 architectural model
    • SCSI protocol data objects
    • SCSI protocol functions
    • SCSI Fibre Channel Protocol
    • SCSI-3 mapping concepts
    • Command information set
    • Transfer ready information set
    • Data information set
    • Response information set
    • FCP information units
    • FCP command flowchart
    • Inquiry command trace
    • Write command trace
  • Topologies
    • Topology Overview
    • Common characteristics
    • Topology comparison
    • Point-to-Point
  • Arbitrated Loop (FC-AL)
    • FC-AL characteristics
    • Loop initialization
    • Arbitration
    • Opening & closing loop circuits
    • Fault tolerance
  • Switched Fabric
    • Fabric model
    • Fabric functions
    • Communication modes
    • Frame routing techniques
    • Cascaded switches
    • Fault tolerant fabrics
    • Addressing methods
    • Multicast / Hunt Groups
    • Fabric / Loop hybrids
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