None that I'm aware of.  However, MC/S is more of Microsoft thing.  *I*
don't see it anywhere else and even with MS you can use standard MPIO and
achieve the same result.  You end up logging into the target for each GbE
interface you want to use.  I don't know of any benefit to MC/S over MPIO. 
When you Google it, they're mentioned in the same breath.  Since ultimately
they provide the same result.  Redundant connections to a volume. 

 I have no idea if the OiS community has any interest or plan in adding this
feature.  

 Regards, 

 Don 




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>Then there's MC/S.  Mutlitple Connections in the same Session.  Which I
don't believe is supported.  

I am talking about this scenario. Want to know if there any design
considerations inhibiting this support.


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> If you are asking about iscsi's multiple connection sessions then you
will not find anything, because we do not support it.

Is that because it is not implemented or there are other design
considerations inhibiting the support/implementation?

Thanks,
Shyam







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