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Re: iSCSI: key negotiation - Unrecognized value?
Marjorie, Julian, all, When a value doesn't belong to the valid set of assignable values to a key, but is offered, as Marjorie's example, shouldn't the following take place: Originator-> MaxConnections=yes Responder-> MaxConnections=NotUnderstood Also, isn't ``Reject'' used for a valid, assignable value, but for which the responder has no resources: Originator-> MaxConnections=4294967296 Responder-> MaxConnections=Reject I.e. the responder cannot allow 2^32 connections, since the OS will not allow it in the first place... (If your OS allows it, replace the number with 1e3000 above ;-) ? P.S. The ``NotUnderstood'' reply above would also be semantically correct. -- Luben Tuikov, Senior Software Engineer, Splentec Ltd. Bus: +1-905-707-1954x112, 9-5 EST. Fax: +1-905-707-1974.
Last updated: Wed Feb 20 17:18:00 2002
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