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iSCSI: The Universal Storage Connection by John L. Hufferd

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9. Structure of iSCSI and Relationship to SCSI

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By necessity this chapter is a bit tedious; however, if you work through it, you will have a good understanding of iSCSI structures and iSCSI's relationship to SCSI concepts. Try to stay with the chapter as long as possible, then skip to the Chapter Summary. (Note: you will find more detail on the topics here in Appendix C.)

iSCSI Structure and SCSI Relationship

SCSI was originally defined to be a single connection between a host and a set of storage devices (SCSI devices). This was extended to permit the host to connect to multiple sets of storage units (multiple SCSI devices ...

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