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There are two core ways to implement Storage Area Networks (SANs) -- the traditional way, Fibre Channel, which is a direct link via cable, and the emerging way, IP SANs, whereby you access storage via the internet. Within IP SANs there are a number of important protocols including FCIP, iFCP, and iSCSI. iSCSI is an evolution of SCSI protocol that allows computers to talk to their hard disks, tapes, etc. The new iSCSI protocol carries SCSI commands over IP networks to facilitate data transfers over intranets and to manage storage over long distances. This book offers System and Storage engineers a quick and easy way to become familiar with the iSCSI protocols, with needed insight to its applicability.
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