----- Original Message -----
Sent: Thursday, June 07, 2007 5:58
Subject: RE: iSCSI protocol - use
Before any author shamelessly plugs their iSCSI
publications, I suggest you have a quick re-read of RFC3720.
In particular, section 3.4 pages 37-40 cover some
really important concepts that I think will help your understanding. Then jump
to the start of section 3, page 17 for more concepts and
The specifics of the SendTargets command are in
I am new to iSCSI protocol and gearing up.
the right mailing list to ask questions related to iSCSI
1. iSCSI target is identified by the
network portal (IP + port).
So once the iSCSI target is identified by the
network portal and Login to it is successful, why do we need to ask for
TargetName and TargetAddress returned are immaterial
(because we already know the target address to which we have logged-in),
unless there are multiple addresses for them and failover is required
Or it is used for communicating different TCP port on which
initiators can send TUR, Inquiry, Read, Write commands?
What is the
expected information from the target in response to SendTargets
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