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Cisco ACI Fibre Channel
The Cisco ACI Fibre Channel uses a cut-through architecture to provide low latency and high throughput. The switch module uses an on-chip, non-blocking crossbar to provide line-rate switching. The Cisco ACI Fibre Channel supports Quality of Service (QoS) and jumbo frames.
The Cisco ACI Fibre Channel supports both Fibre Channel over Ethernet (FCoE) and Fibre Channel over IP (FCIP). FCoE is a converged networking protocol that allows Fibre Channel traffic to be carried over Ethernet networks. FCIP is a tunneling protocol that allows Fibre Channel traffic to be carried over IP networks.
The Cisco ACI Fibre Channel supports up to eight 10GbE or four 40GbE ports. The switch module can be configured with either an optional port or an expansion module. The expansion module provides an additional eight 10GbE or four 40GbE ports.
The Cisco ACI Fibre Channel supports the following protocols:
Fibre Channel: FC-SW-2, FC-SW-3, FC-PI-4, and FC-AL-2
Ethernet: IPv4, IPv6, TCP, and UDP
The Cisco ACI Fibre Channel switch module is compliant with the following standards:
The Cisco ACI Fibre Channel switch module is supported by the Cisco Nexus 9000 Series Switches.
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