iSCSI Study Guide Answer Key

Answers to the iSCSI Study Guide.

1. Fibre Channel. For more information, see "iSCSI storage vs. Fibre Channel storage: A SAN tutorial."

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2. IP (Ethernet) network. For more information, see "Preparing a customer's network for iSCSI: Five points to consider."

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3. Spoofing. For more information, see "Locking down an iSCSI or Fibre Channel SAN."

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4. Direct-attached storage. For more information, see "iSCSI SANs: Benefits, challenges and reseller opportunities."

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5. Network-attached storage. For more information, see "Selling NAS and iSCSI SAN to SMB customers."

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6. Fibre Channel over Ethernet (FCoE). For more information, see "Tech Watch: Emerging FCoE spec to extend life of Fibre Channel SANs."

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7. An Ethernet switch. For more information, see "Optimizing iSCSI SANs with the right Ethernet switch."

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8. Jumbo frames. For more information, see "ISCSI SANs: How to alleviate the congestion."

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9. Latency. For more information, see "What are the disadvantages of iSCSI?"

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10. Documentation. For more information, see "What are some of the risks associated with iSCSI?"

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This was first published in May 2008

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