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Re: [iSER] Connection_Handle question



Yes, you are correct.

Mallikarjun


--- Eddy Quicksall
<eddy_quicksall_iVivity_iSCSI@Comcast.net> wrote:

> I think I found the answer in the definition of
> "Connection Handle". Am I correct that the iSCSI and
> iSER layers both must understand the handle since
> both must access the TCP/IP stack. For example if it
> is sockets, the handle may be the "socket"; or if it
> is a proprietary scheme the handle may be a pointer
> to a structure that is understood by both the iSER
> and iSCSI layers.
> 
> Eddy
>   ----- Original Message ----- 
>   From: Eddy Quicksall 
>   To: ips@ietf.org 
>   Sent: Tuesday, May 23, 2006 2:21 PM
>   Subject:  [iSER] Connection_Handle question
> 
> 
>   Generally when an upper layer is going to use a
> lower layer, the lower layer gives a handle (many
> times via an open call).
> 
>   In the primitives the Connection_Handle is passed
> as an input qualifier. But I don't see any primitive
> that returns the Connection_Handle. Am I missing
> that?
> 
>   Eddy
> 
> 
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