I have a question. Connections from Fabric interconnect to chassis are FCoE. As far as I know, the interface port in vfc should be VF port when we're using FCoE instead of F port. But the running config and interface brief from FI shows that the operating mode is F port.
It's the same when I checked the port from FCoE server to N5K (F port). Although, I'm sure that N5K support this VF port.
I don't think FI support this enhanced interface type yet (VF,VE,VN).
Can someone explain to me why this type interface is different (F port instead of VF port) when we use FCoE?
and is it supported the multihop FCoE now in 2012 to connect 6100 -- N5K? I've read it somewhere from Cisco slides that it was planned release in 2012.
FI does not support Northbound FCoE at this time. Since the FCoE is between the FI and the server, you would not see it as a VF port. So vFC would be a F or a TF port on the FI going down to the server blade Mezz card.
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