network capacity to a remote building, writing homework help

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Q1. You are attending a meeting with several colleagues discussing how to add network capacity to a remote building (500m). A more senior systems engineer suggests using fiber channel, as that is what your company has throughout. Another coworker suggests iSCSI. In your opinion, who is right and why?


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iSCSI in Adding Network Capacity to a Remote Building
The co-worker is right, iSCSI being a storage networking protocol is built on top of the
TCP/IP networking protocol. Ratified as standard, iSCSI's greatest assertion is that it runs over
the same network equipment that routes the rest of the enterprise network capacity in a remote
building. It does not explicitly entail any extra hardware, whi...

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