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Title : String Profile for iSCSI Names
Author(s) : M. Bakke
Filename : draft-ietf-ips-iscsi-string-prep-05.txt
Pages : 8
Date : 2003-8-1
The iSCSI protocol provides a way for hosts to access SCSI devices
over an IP network. The iSCSI end-points, called initiators and
targets, each have a globally-unique name that must be transcribable,
as well as easily compared.
This document describes how to prepare internationlized iSCSI names
to increase the likelihood that name input and comparison work in
ways that make sense for typical users throughout the world.
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