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The FC-2 layer performs the basic signaling and framing functions and defines the transport mechanism for data from the upper layers of the stack. FC-2 frames and sequences data from the upper layers for transmission via the FC-0 layer. It also accepts transmissions from the FC-0 layer and reframes and resequences them for use by the upper layers. Fibre Channel frame sizes can vary and must be negotiated by the transmitter-receiver pair for each connection. Frame sizes typically range from 36 bytes to 2 kilobytes but may be larger in some cases. Fibre Channel is making the biggest impact in the storage arena particularly using SCSI as the ULP. Compared with traditional SCSI, the benefits of mapping SCSI command set onto Fibre Channel include
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Fibre Channel using arbitrated-loop topology is simply a replacement for SCSI. Many companies are moving toward SCSI adapter cards for several platforms and operating systems in addition to disk drives and storage devices with Fibre Channel interfaces. SCSI companies are selling Fibre Channel devices that run IP. Although ULP is an independent topology, IP is found more commonly in switched fabric environments. At the present time, SCSI and IP are pretty much the only two ULPs used commercially on Fibre Channel. FC-0 layer features include
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5 FC-2 signaling defines the connection between at least two Fibre Channel node ports (or N_Ports). One of these acts as originator of outbound traffic, and one other acts as a responder receiving inbound traffic and sending traffic back. Connections between N_Ports are in full duplex. The FC-2 layer provides traffic management functions, including flow control, link management, and buffer memory management, in addition to error detection and correction. The FC-2 layer supplies additional flow control and error correction mechanisms. For flow control, it employs sliding-window schemes similar to that of Transmission Control Protocol (TCP)/ Internet Protocol (IP). Flow control functionality varies somewhat according to class of service defined. Error detection is performed using a 32-bit CRC. A link control facility (LCF) manages the Fibre Channel connection and maintains the information needed to recover links in the event of failure. FC-2 features include
Frame format Sequence management Exchange management Flow control Classes of service Login/logout Segmentation and reassembly
FC-3 Layer: Advanced Features
The FC-3 layer defines special service features, including
Striping, which is used to multiply bandwidth using multiple N_Ports in parallel to transmit a single information unit across multiple links. Hunt groups, which provide the ability for more than one port to respond to the same alias address. This improves efficiency by decreasing the chance of reaching a busy N_Port. Multicast, which delivers a single transmission to multiple destination ports. This includes sending to all N_Ports on a fabric (broadcast) or to only a subset of the N_Ports on a fabric.
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FC-4 Layer: Protocol Mapping
The FC-4 layer specifies the mapping rules for several legacy ULPs. FC-4 enables Fibre Channel to carry data from other networking protocols and applications. Fibre Channel can concurrently transport both network and channel information over the same physical interface. The following network and channel protocols are specified as FC-4:
ULP mapping SCSI IP HIPPI ATM Adaption Layer 5 (ATM-AAL5) Intelligent Peripheral Interface-3 (IPI-3) (disk and tape) Single Byte Command Code Sets (SBCCS) ULPs IPI HIPPI Framing Protocol Link Encapsulation (FC-LE) SBCCS mapping IEEE 802.2
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