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that a frame will immediately follow and indicates which class of service the frame will use. Special character A special 10-bit transmission character that does not have a corresponding 8-bit value but is still considered valid. The special character is used to indicate that a particular transmission word is an ordered set. The special character is the only transmission character to have five 1s or 0s in a row. The special character is also referred to as K28.5 when using K/D format. Transmission character A (valid or invalid) 10-bit character transmitted serially over the fiber. Valid transmission characters are determined by the 8B/10B encoding specification. Transmission word A string of four consecutive transmission characters. Upper layer protocol (ULP) The protocol that runs on top of Fibre Channel through the FC-4 layer. Typical ULPs running over Fibre Channel are SCSI, IP, HIPPI, and Intelligent Peripheral Interface (IPI). Additional Fibre Channel terminology appears at the end of this chapter, along with illustrations.
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Data in a Fibre Channel environment are communicated through five layers of architecture: FC-0, FC-1, FC-2, FC-3, and FC-4. FC-0 and FC-1 can be thought of as defining the physical layer of the Open Systems Interconnection (OSI) model. FC-2 is similar to what other protocols define as a media access control (MAC) layer, which is typically the lower half of the data link layer. Fibre Channel, however, does not define the concept of a MAC. FC-3 is not really a layer at all. It is still a largely undefined set of services for devices having more than one port. An example is striping, where data are transmitted out of all ports at the same time in order to increase
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5 bandwidth. FC-4 defines how other well-known higher-layer protocols are mapped onto and transmitted over Fibre Channel. The three bottom layers of the Fibre Channel stack (FC-0 through FC-2) form what is known as the Fibre Channel physical standard (FC-PH). This defines all the physical transmission characteristics of Fibre Channel. The remaining layers (FC-3 and FC-4) handle interfaces with other network protocols and applications. Unlike local area network (LAN) technologies such as Ethernet and Token Ring, Fibre Channel keeps the various functional layers of the stack physically separate. This enables vendors to build products from discrete functional components, such as chip sets and bus interfaces, that handle specific portions of the protocol stack. It also enables them to implement some stack functions in hardware and others in software or firmware.
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FC-0 defines the basic physical link, including the fiber, connectors, and optical/electrical parameters for a variety of data rates. Fibre Channel offers a basic rate of 133 MBd, the most commonly used speed of 266 MBd, and 531 MBd and 1.062 GBd. It is important to note that these signaling rates include the overhead involved in establishing and maintaining connections. The actual data throughput is somewhat lower: 100 Mbps for 133 MBd, 200 Mbps for 266 MBd, 400 Mbps for 531 MBd, and 800 Mbps for 1.062 GBd. Data rates are expected to go well beyond today s 1.062-GBd ceiling. In most cases, including switched environments, users will be able to upgrade simply by swapping in an adapter card. Specifications for 2.134 and 4.268 GBd are already in place.
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FC-1 Layer: Transmission Encode/Decode Layer
FC-1 defines the transmission protocol, including serial encoding and decoding rules, special characters, timing recovery, and error control. The information transmitted over a fiber is encoded 8 bits at a time into a 10-bit transmission character (8B/10B transmission coding scheme licensed from IBM). The two extra bits are used for
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