||Provides an overview of all the features in this guide.
|Configuring Domain Parameters
||Describes configuration information for domain parameters, domain IDs, and FC IDs.
|Configuring VSAN Trunking
||Describes TE ports and trunking concepts and how to configure VSAN trunking, and how to enable trunking protocols.
|Configuring and Managing VSANs
||Describes how virtual SANs (VSANs) work, explains the concept of default VSANs, isolated VSANs, VSAN IDs, and attributes, and provides details on how to create, delete, and view VSANs.
|Configuring and Managing Zones
||Defines various zoning concepts and provides details on configuring a zone set and zone management features.
|Distributing Device Alias Services
||Describes the use of the Distributed Device Alias Services (device alias) to distribute device alias names on a fabric-wide basis.
|Configuring Fibre Channel Routing Services and Protocols
||Provides details and configuration information on Fibre Channel routing services and protocols.
|Managing FLOGI, Name Server, FDMI, an RSCN Databases
||Provides name server and fabric login details required to manage storage devices and display registered state change notification (RSCN) databases.
|Advanced Fibre Channel Features and Concepts
||Describes the advanced configuration features time-out values,
fctrace, fabric analyzer, world wide names, flat FC IDs, loop
monitoring, and interoperating switches.
|Configuring FC-SP and DHCHAP
||Describes the DHCHAP protocol, which is an FC-SP protocol that provides authentication between SAN switches and other devices.
|Configuring Port Security
||Provides details on port security features that can prevent unauthorized access to a switch port in the Cisco SAN switches.
|Configuring Fabric Binding
||Describes the fabric binding security feature for VSANs, which ensures that ISLs are only enabled between specific switches.
|Configuring Port Tracking
||Describes the port tracking feature and provides information to enable port tracking and to configure linked ports.