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iSCSI: The Universal Storage Connection by John L. Hufferd

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Appendix C. SCSI Architecture Model

The following information is from [iSCSI]. It describes the relationship between the SCSI architecture model and SCSI devices and ports, the I-T nexus, and iSCSI. This relationship implies implementation requirements in order to conform to the [SAM2] model and other SCSI operational functions. These requirements are detailed in the section Consequences of the Model.

SCSI–iSCSI Mappings

The following paragraphs outline mappings of SCSI architectural elements to iSCSI.

SCSI device—According to [SAM2], an entity that contains other SCSI entities. For example, a SCSI initiator device contains one or more SCSI initiator ports and zero or more application clients. A SCSI target device contains one or more SCSI ...

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