Class CIM_FibrePortActiveLogin

FibrePortActiveLogin indicates that two FibrePorts are connected via a login and have negotiated their Class Of Service, frame size and other link characteristics, as specified by an instance of this class. The class' key is composed of the login originator's and responder's keys plus the Class Of Service. This combination is unique and prevents subclassing FibrePortActiveLogin from its reasonable superclass, DeviceConnection.

Class Hierarchy

CIM_FibrePortActiveLogin

Direct Known Subclasses

None.

Class Qualifiers

NameData TypeValueScopeFlavors
AssociationbooleantrueNone OVERRIDABLE= false
DescriptionstringFibrePortActiveLogin indicates that two FibrePorts are connected via a login and have negotiated their Class Of Service, frame size and other link characteristics, as specified by an instance of this class. The class' key is composed of the login originator's and responder's keys plus the Class Of Service. This combination is unique and prevents subclassing FibrePortActiveLogin from its reasonable superclass, DeviceConnection.None TRANSLATABLE= true

Local Class Properties

NameData TypeQualifiers
NameData TypeValueScopeFlavors
ACKModeluint16
DescriptionstringAcknowledgement model negotiated during Port login. For example, ACK-1 indicates that each frame should be acknowledged.None TRANSLATABLE= true
MappingStringsstringMIF.DMTF|Fibre Channel Bus Port Extensions|001.6None None
ValuesstringUnknown, ACK-0, ACK-1, ACK-NNone TRANSLATABLE= true
BufferToBufferModeluint16
DescriptionstringThe buffer-to-buffer model negotiated during Port login. Either the model defined by the FC-PH standard is used (value=1, "Regular"), or an "Alternate" model is negotiated.None TRANSLATABLE= true
ValuesstringUnknown, Regular, AlternateNone TRANSLATABLE= true
NegotiatedCOSuint16
DescriptionstringThe Fibre Channel Class of Service that is currently running between the Ports. Since two Ports can be simultaneously connected at different Classes of Service, this property had to be part of the object's key and therefore, an instance's identity.None TRANSLATABLE= true
KeybooleantrueNone OVERRIDABLE= false
MappingStringsstringMIF.DMTF|Fibre Channel Bus Port Extensions|001.5None None
ModelCorrespondencestringCIM_FibreChannelAdapter.SupportedCOSNone None
ValuesstringUnknown, 1, 2, 3, 4, 6, FNone TRANSLATABLE= true
NegotiatedFrameSizeuint64
DescriptionstringThe Fibre Channel frame size, in bytes, that is currently negotiated between the two Ports.None TRANSLATABLE= true
UnitsstringBytesNone TRANSLATABLE= true
NegotiatedSpeeduint64
DescriptionstringThe speed for communications that is currently negotiated between the two Ports. Speed is specified in bits per second. If this information is not available, the property should be set to 0.None TRANSLATABLE= true
UnitsstringBits per SecondNone TRANSLATABLE= true
OriginatorBufferCredituint64
DescriptionstringOriginatorBufferCredit reflects the buffer credit of the Port defined as the LoginOriginator. It is the number of frame buffers made available BY the originating Port, TO the responder Port. Buffer credits are used in point to point connections, when an NL-Local Port is logged into another NL-Local Port, and when Nx Ports are logged into Fx Ports. In other scenarios, this value is undefined.None TRANSLATABLE= true
MappingStringsstringMIF.DMTF|Fibre Channel Bus Port Extensions|001.3None None
OriginatorEndCredituint64
DescriptionstringOriginatorEndCredit reflects the end credit of the Port defined as the LoginOriginator. It is the number of frame buffers made available BY the originating Port, TO the responder Port. End credits are used in point to point connections, when an NL-Local Port is logged into another NL-Local Port, and when Nx Ports are logged into remote Nx Ports. In other scenarios, this value is undefined.None TRANSLATABLE= true
MappingStringsstringMIF.DMTF|Fibre Channel Bus Port Extensions|001.2None None
ResponderBufferCredituint64
DescriptionstringResponderBufferCredit reflects the buffer credit of the Port defined as the LoginResponder. It is the number of frame buffers made available BY the responder Port, TO the originating Port. Buffer credits are used in point to point connections, when an NL-Local Port is logged into another NL-Local Port, and when Nx Ports are logged into Fx Ports. In other scenarios, this value is undefined.None TRANSLATABLE= true
MappingStringsstringMIF.DMTF|Fibre Channel Bus Port Extensions|001.3None None
ResponderEndCredituint64
DescriptionstringResponderEndCredit reflects the end credit of the Port defined as the LoginResponder. It is the number of frame buffers made available BY the responder Port, TO the originating Port. End credits are used in point to point connections, when an NL-Local Port is logged into another NL-Local Port, and when Nx Ports are logged into remote Nx Ports. In other scenarios, this value is undefined.None TRANSLATABLE= true
MappingStringsstringMIF.DMTF|Fibre Channel Bus Port Extensions|001.2None None

Association References

NameClass OriginReference Class
LoginOriginatorCIM_FibrePortActiveLoginCIM_FibrePort
LoginResponderCIM_FibrePortActiveLoginCIM_FibrePort