Multiple Connections per Session

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MC/S is an acronymn for Multiple iSCSI Connections per iSCSI Session.
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MC/S is an acronymn for Multiple iSCSI Connections per iSCSI Session. MC/S means creating multiple communication paths across [[TCP]]/[[SCTP]] or [[iSER]] & [[RCaP]] connections + RFC-3720 defined session-wide CmdSN ordering to ensure "in-order" delivery of tasks from SCSI Initiator Port -> SCSI Target Port as defined by the [[SCSI Architecture Model]]
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Compatibility for Linux Initiators supporting MC/S
[[Core-iscsi Interopt]] - STATUS - STABLE
[[Core-iscsi Interopt]] - STATUS - STABLE
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*) Remove connections on the fly on a different connection with active+inactive IO (different CID explict logout)
*) Remove connections on the fly on a different connection with active+inactive IO (different CID explict logout)
*) Restart session+connections during single connection failure (session reinstatement)
*) Restart session+connections during single connection failure (session reinstatement)
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*) Multiple connection sessions to the same and different network portals (iSCSI trunking)  
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*) Multiple connection sessions to the same and different network portals (iSCSI trunking)
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MC/S means creating multiple communication paths across [[TCP]]/[[SCTP]] or [[iSER]] & [[RCaP]] connections + RFC-3720 defined session-wide CmdSN ordering to ensure "in-order" delivery of tasks from SCSI Initiator Port -> SCSI Target Port as defined by the [[SCSI Architecture Model]]
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Revision as of 06:40, 14 March 2006

MC/S is an acronymn for Multiple iSCSI Connections per iSCSI Session. MC/S means creating multiple communication paths across TCP/SCTP or iSER & RCaP connections + RFC-3720 defined session-wide CmdSN ordering to ensure "in-order" delivery of tasks from SCSI Initiator Port -> SCSI Target Port as defined by the SCSI Architecture Model

Compatibility for Linux Initiators supporting MC/S

Core-iscsi Interopt - STATUS - STABLE

Linux-iscsi Interopt - STATUS - NOT SUPPORTED

Open-iscsi Interopt - STATUS - NOT SUPPORTED

The following items as defined by RFC-3720 for non ERL dependant MC/S support are:

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