The ANSI restriction that only 239 Fibre Channel domains are allowed per SAN fabric creates challenges for the designer working on a Cisco Data Center Unified Fabric network. Which two approaches can the designer utilize to restrict the number of Fibre Channel domains below 239?
- A: Daisy chain up to 100 core Fibre Channel switches, leaving 139 domains for the network edge.
- B: Assign a domain ID for each blade switch and top-of-rack access layer switch.
- C: Use NPV to cause a fabric or blade switch to appear as a host to the core Fibre Channel switch.
- D: Migrate to FCoE to eliminate the need for Fibre Channel domains.
- E: Utilize VSANs to allow scaling well beyond 239 domain IDs.