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Which iSCSI naming feature uses a 16-character hexadecimal string?

Which iSCSI naming feature uses a 16-character hexadecimal string?

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A.
EUI

B.
IQN

C.
iSNS

D.
ARP

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4 Comments on “Which iSCSI naming feature uses a 16-character hexadecimal string?

  1. yerp says:

    Keyword is amount of characters.

    Extended Unique Identifier (EUI): An EUI is a globally unique identifier based on the IEEE
    EUI-64 naming standard. An EUI is composed of the eui prefix followed by a 16-character
    hexadecimal name, such as eui.0300732A32598D26.
    • Network Address Authority (NAA): NAA is another worldwide unique naming format as
    defined by the InterNational Committee for Information Technology Standards (INCITS) T11 –
    Fibre Channel (FC) protocols and is used by Serial Attached SCSI (SAS). This format enables
    the SCSI storage devices that contain both iSCSI ports and SAS ports to use the same NAAbased
    SCSI device name. An NAA is composed of the naa prefix followed by a hexadecimal
    name, such as naa.52004567BA64678D. The hexadecimal representation has a maximum size
    of 32 characters (128 bit identifier).




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