Synonyms for dcbx or Related words with dcbx

rmcp              gvrp              bpdus              lacp              vsncp              etherip              bpdu              wlccp              xlsp              lsend              capwap              gsrp              lldp              lwapp              sstp              mvrp              bnep              fabricpath              mctp              mmrp              mobike              spbm              gmrp              dhcpoffer              ipinip              dhcpack              xstp              getvpn              ttethernet              ipcp              sigtran              sonmp              dataplane              mtftp              winet              fvrp              lacpdu              bfd              yorktalk              bdpu              lldpdu              rrstp              ipbcp              mldp              mntp              dhcprequest              lltd              fdisc              iwarp              tmpls             

Examples of "dcbx"
The (DCBX) is a discovery and capability exchange protocol that is used for conveying capabilities and configuration of the above features between neighbors to ensure consistent configuration across the network.
With the firmware upgrade announced in December 2011, the M8024-k is also an Fibre Channel over Ethernet (FCoE) transit switch that can extend an available FCoE fabric. The M8024-k uses FCoE Initialization Protocol (FIP) to perform functions of FC_BB_E device discovery, initialization and maintenance. The FIP snooping feature enables the M8024-k to link Dell M-Series blades to an external top-of-rack or end-of-row FCoE forwarding switch and provides FCoE connectivity to the servers. This feature, along with Internet SCSI optimization, iSCSI TLV, and DCBx discovery and monitoring, enables seamless 10GbE performance in an end-to-end data center solution. In addition, with the recent firmware release, up to 6 M8024-k switches can now be stacked and managed through a single IP. Stacking is done by assigning (multiple) 10Gb Ethernet ports as stacking-ports.