When equipped with dual Fibre Channel controllers, the ATAboy2 is a SAN-ready solution with full support for fabric login and Arbitrated Loop, as well as compatibility with 1 Gbit FC environments.
What does FLOGI stand for?
FLOGI stands for Fabric Login (Fibre Channel)
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Samples in periodicals archive:
Upon fabric login, the switch gives the device its address and the device gives the switch specific information, which can be queried by other devices.
For thorough turn up and troubleshooting, all aspects of node login, fabric login, buffer-to-buffer flow control, and frame size, header and rates are user configurable.
ATAboy2F is designed to handle the full range of Fibre Channel configurations, including support for fabric login as well as Arbitrated Loop.
The adapter is enabled with fabric login functionality and allows users to deploy HP 9000 servers in a highly available and scalable switched-fabric SAN environment using McDATA's ED-5000 Director.
To become a Brocade partner, Fibre Channel supplier products must meet specific requirements, including: tested interoperability with competitive products; interoperability certification from the University of New Hampshire Interoperability Laboratory; demonstrate support for multiple protocols; and support for fabric login and ANSI standard Simple Name Services.