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SubjectRe: Tcp/ip offload card driver
"David S. Miller" <>:
> From: "Pedro M. Rodrigues" <>
> Date: Fri, 10 May 2002 17:11:55 +0200
> Actually there is. Think iSCSI. Have a look at this article at
> LinuxJournal - .
> The Linux networking stack need have no hand in any of the IPv4 done
> by iSCSI, it can live entirely in the cards firmware and Linux need
> not know what the transport looks like at all.
> -

Depends on what kind of authentication you also need. I haven't seen anything
on that. So far as I know (and that is limited right now) iSCSI doesn't
perform any kind of authentication beyond IP number.

Jesse I Pollard, II

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