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iSCSI Considerations

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Hi there,

Is there a recommended min spec for a switch – we want to use iSCSI with a vLAN to connect servers to a SAN.

When we vLAN a managed switch for this do we need to take into account the backplane throughput of the switch bearing in mind there maybe other vLAN''s on the same switch?

Has anyone had any experince with this, I've asked a couple of (quite large) manufacturers of networking hardware the same quetions, but can't seem to get a response.

Look forward to advice or opinions


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