Fibre Channel point-to-point
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Fibre Channel point-to-point (FC-P2P) is a Fibre Channel topology where exactly two ports (devices) are directly connected to each other.
- It is the simplest topology, no network addressing is needed, because each message has only one possible receiver.
- The bandwidth is dedicated.
- Point-to-point uses N_port.
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