which format does an iSCSI target ID appear?

In which format does an iSCSI target ID appear?

A.
iqn.<year-mo>.<reversed_domain_name>:<unique_name>

B.
iscsi.<year-mo>.<forward_domain_name>:<unique_name>

C.
iqn.<ip_address>.<reversed_domain_name>

D.
iscsi.<organizational_unit>.<forward_domain_name>:<unique_name>

Explanation:
Wikipedia iSCSI Addressing
Special names refer to both iSCSI initiators and targets. iSCSI provides three name-formats:

l iSCSI Qualified Name (IQN) – Format: iqn.yyyy-mm.{reversed domain name} (e.g. iqn.2001- 04.com.acme:storage.tape.sys1.xyz) (Note: there is an optional colon with arbitrary text afterwards. This text is there to help better organize or label resources.), [A above] l Extended Unique Identifier (EUI) – Format: eui.{EUI-64 bit address} (e.g. eui.02004567A425678D)
l T11 Network Address Authority (NAA) – Format: naa.{NAA 64 or 128 bit identifier} (e.g. naa.52004567BA64678D)

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