Based on your comments your question is about how to go and connect the devices physically, and not about the config. In that case you just need to create a rollover cable from the normal fiber cable you probably have already. Most fiber cables have separate connectors (LC/SC) only held together by a small plastic clip or a small shell that you can take apart or bend enough to take the connectors out of it (this is perfectly safe, it's how they meant to work), reverse their order and reassemble the duplex connector. Now you have as crossover cable, tx goes to rx on the other side and vice versa.
This is common practice with patch panels.
There is at least 2 kinds of different adapter types.
FiberChannel and Ethernet. The main difference is encoding and protocols.
FC uses an 8/10 encoding, meaning that every 8 bits have a 2 bit parity attached, meaning that in case of a 10Gb HBA you get a 8GB FC link. It also uses FCP as the transport protocol (similar to TCP), it transports SCSI commands over Fibre Channel networks. And actually a whole different stack.
On the other hand, Ethernet NICs don't have this encoding, so a 10Gb NIC will bring up a 10Gbps link. You can't mix and match these adapters as they will not bring up a link.
FC over Ethernet does exist, it would use a mixed network which requires a type of hybrid adapter (called converged network adapters), which has both a NIC and a HBA, where the FC frames are encapsulated in Ethernet frames, on the end devices split and handled separately.