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- WWN (World-Wide Name) - the address of a controller (HBA on a host,
controller on a RAID) connected to a Fiber-Channel network.
- LUN Masking - The operation of defining which WWNs may access a given LUN
on a RAID attached to a Fiber-Channel network.
- Zones - Similar to VLANs in Ethernet - allows splitting the Fiber-Channel
network to separate logical networks, where traffic cannot flow between
different zones. Zones may span multiple fibre-channel switches.
- Name Server - a service on a Fiber-Channel switch, that collects a list
of WWNs connected to it, and allows a host to see who is connected to the
Fiber-Channel network (actually - the zones that contain the client sending