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Old 07-18-2014, 01:07 AM   #1
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Anyone simulating Fibre Channel Networks using NS2..?

Anyone simulating Fibre Channel Networks using NS2..? Please help me how to do it
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Do you mean fiber channel networks running IP? Or do you want to adapt NS2 to simulate SCSI protocol? Usually I can guess what someone is trying to do but in this case I'm baffled.
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It is for implementing SCSi or ASM

I need to implement ASM or FC AE on it but it might also be enough if I can run SCSi protocol. Can you help me with that?



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