Hi all,

Jeff Garzik wrote:
> Michael Chan wrote:
>> If we change the implementation to use a separate IP address and
>> separate MAC address for iSCSI, will it be acceptable?  The iSCSI IP/MAC
>> addresses will be unknown to the Linux TCP stack and so no sharing of
>> the 4-tuple space will be needed.
>>
>> The patches will be very similar, except that all inet calls and
>> notifiers will be removed.
> 
> 
> IMO a totally separate MAC and IP would definitely be preferred...
> 
And as it happens, the machines I have here claim to use a different
MAC address for iSCSI anyway. So we should be using them.

Cheers,

Hannes
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