What is Fcinfo?
What is Fcinfo?
Fibre Channel Information Tool (fcinfo)
Where do I find HBA details in Windows?
- Open the Computer Management window. For.
- Double-click Device Manager. A list of installed devices displays.
- Expand Storage controllers and double-click the appropriate HBA. The Properties dialog box for the HBA is displayed.
- Click Driver.
- Obtain the latest supported version from the Emulex or QLogic website.
How do I run Fcinfo?
- If it is not already installed, download and install the fcinfo.exe program from the Microsoft Download Center.
- Open a command prompt and enter the following command: fcinfo /ports /details.
- Record the value of the Port WWN field for each HBA port.
What is the WWN number?
Techopedia Explains World Wide Name (WWN) A WWN is a number that is hard-coded into network storage devices, such as fiber channels and advanced technology attachments (ATA). To simplify, a WWN is like a MAC address but for network storage devices.
Where is WWN on Windows Server 2008?
In Windows Server 2008 or Windows Server 2008 R2, select Start > Administrative Tools > Storage Explorer. Expand the Servers node of the Storage Explorer console tree and locate the HBAs. Record the value of the Port WWN field for each HBA port.
How can I check my HBA status?
If the older version of the HBA is installed, the output looks like this: # fcinfo hba-port HBA Port WWN: 21000024ff56bce8 Port Mode: Initiator Port ID: 0 OS Device Name: /dev/cfg/c28 Manufacturer: QLogic Corp.
What is WWPN number?
A WWPN is a World Wide Port Name; a unique identifier for each Fibre Channel port presented to a Storage Area Network (SAN).
What is WWN number?
A World Wide Name (WWN) is a unique identifier that is hard-coded into each Fibre Channel (FC) device by the device’s manufacturer. WWNs provide a method for identifying FC devices across the network. Each WWN conforms to one of several formats defined by the Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers (IEEE).
What does a WWN look like?
Switch WWN identifiers are a 64-bit number that has eight colon-separated fields each consisting of one or two hexadecimal digits between 0 and ff. The WWN is a factory-set parameter that cannot be changed by the end user. The WWN is used as the license ID in many cases but that can be vendor specific.