A printed circuit assembly which transmits user data (I/Os) between the host system’s internal bus and the external Fibre Channel link and vice versa. Also called an I/O adapter, host adapter, or FC adapter.
The logical location of a peripheral device, node, or any other unit or component in a network. The formatted number specifying a specific network location.
- See also [SCSI Addressing ]
- Arbitrated Loop
- See [Fibre Channel Arbitrated Loop]
The second byte of the N_Port Identifier.
The difference (loss) between transmitted and received power, due to the transmission loss through equipment lines or other communications devices.
The range of frequencies that can pass over a given ...