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Figure 1-1. Examples of Links Between HIPPI Nodes
Figure 1-2. User and Control Data Carried by HIPPI-PH and HIPPI-Serial Links
Figure 1-3. HIPPI Links and Connections
Figure 1-4. HIPPI Packets and Bursts
Figure 1-5. Routing Control Field With Logical Addressing
Figure 1-6. Routing With Logical Addressing
Figure 1-7. Routing Control Field (As Created by Sender) With Source Addressing
Figure 1-8. Switches and Port Identifiers
Figure 1-9. Port Identifiers for Source Addressing
Figure 1-10. Routing With Source Addressing
Figure 1-11. How Switches Alter Source Addresses
Figure 1-12. I-field Format
Figure 1-13. HIPPI-FP Packet Format
Figure 1-14. FP Header Format
Figure 1-15. Sample HIPPI-FP Packet
Figure 1-16. Some Common HIPPI-FP Packets
Figure 1-17. HIPPI Signals Used on Each Point-to-Point Connection
Figure 1-18. Basic HIPPI Configuration
Figure 1-19. Three Variations of the Basic Configuration
Figure 1-20. HIPPI Network Configuration With One Switch
Figure 1-21. HIPPI Network Configurations With Multiple Switches
Figure 1-22. Complex HIPPI Network Configuration
Figure 1-23. Data Direction Used in IRIS HIPPI-Serial Dual–SC Receptacle
Figure 1-24. HIPPI Packet Created by IRIS HIPPI-LE
Figure 1-25. HIPPI Packets that IRIS HIPPI Driver Passes to HIPPI-LE
Figure 2-1. Template for Creating Logical Addressed I-fields With Recommended Values
Figure 2-2. Template for Creating Source Addressed I-fields With Recommended Values
Figure 3-1. Installing a Copper Loopback Link Using a HIPPI Cable
Figure 3-2. Installing a Copper Loopback Link Using a Loopback Cable
Figure 3-3. Fiber-optic Loopback Connector
Figure 3-4. The /usr/etc/netstat -ina Display
Figure 4-1. Error Message Format in /usr/var/adm/SYSLOG File