channel path identifier
In a channel subsystem, a value assigned to each installed channel path of the system that
uniquely identifies that path to the system.
class of Fibre Channel service
Defines the level of connection dedication, acknowledgment, and other characteristics of a
Class F Fibre Channel service
Used by switches to communicate across interswitch links (ISLs) to configure, control, and
coordinate a multiswitch fabric.
Class 2 Fibre Channel service
Provides a connectionless (not dedicated) service with notification of delivery or nondelivery
between two N_Ports. In-order delivery of frames is not guaranteed.
Class 3 Fibre Channel service
Provides a connectionless (not dedicated) service without notification of delivery or
nondelivery between two N_Ports. Also known as datagram.
Information that specifies which management objects are available to what management
domain or SNMP community name.
concurrent firmware upgrade
The CTP card provides two nonvolatile memory regions. Because two firmware versions can
be stored on the card, firmware is upgraded without disrupting switch operation.
Ability to perform maintenance tasks, such as removal or replacement of field-replaceable
units, while a hardware product is operating.
Configuration data includes: identification data, port configuration data, operating parameters,
SNMP configuration, and zoning configuration. A configuration backup file is required to
restore configuration data if the switch is removed and replaced.
An ASCII text file containing all current user-definable configuration options.
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