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FAQ-If the FC Extension Is Enabled When the FC400 Service Is Normal, Packet Loss Occurs for the Service. Why

Publication Date:  2012-07-25 Views:  53 Downloads:  0
Issue Description
Q:
If the FC extension is enabled when the FC400 service is normal, packet loss occurs for the service. Why? 
 
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Handling Process

A:
When the FC service extension is enabled, the service is processed by one more hardware module, which processes the protocol and switches the state machine. Certain packets are terminated and others are modified. There is a negotiation process, during which the service is interrupted. Therefore, during switch to the extension mode or no-extension mode, the service is interrupted for several seconds. The interruption caused by configuration changes is theoretically inevitable. The user changes the configuration only when establishing or changing a network, and the user does not change the configuration when the system is normally running. Therefore, the packet loss caused by configuration changes is acceptable. 
 

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