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BRKSAN-2704

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©2006, Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved.Presentation_ID.scr 1
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SAN ExtensionDesign and Operation
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Design Section Agenda
Basic SAN Extension Principles
Dual Path, HA, and Transport Options
Enhancing SAN Extension
Optical: Extended B2B Credits, B2B Credit Spoofing,Port TrackingFCIP: Compression, Encryption, Application Acceleration, QOS
Advanced FCIP SAN Extension Designs
Multiple Tunnels, Multiple Links
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SAN DesignPrinciples
 
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Design Criteria
Applications using SAN Extension
Synchronous/asynchronous replication, data backup/restore
Application latency requirements
Applications that use synchronous replication may be impacted
Application throughput requirements
Determines bandwidth requirements
Transport options available
What choices are available for SAN Extension
Factors to Consider for SAN Extension
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AccessFabricsReplicationFabricsReplicationFabrics
Typical SAN Design
Servers with two FibreChannel connections tostorage arrays for highavailability
Use of multipath software isrequired in dual fabric host design
SAN extension fabricstypically separate fromhost access fabrics
Replication fabric requirementsvary by replication methoddeployed
“A”Fabrics“B”Fabrics
DCInterconnectNetwork
Site B
FC
Site A
FC

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