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Is it possible to access SCSI hard drives using an SNC fibre-scsi bridge ?

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I have an ADIC SNC 5100 fibre-scsi bridge and would like to access SCSI hard drives across a fibre channel network. The SNC 5100 seems to be marketed mainly as a bridge for connecting SCSI tape drives/libraries to a fibre channel network. I am curious as to whether anybody has some experience with access SCSI disk arrays/drives using the SNC 5100 or any other FC/SCSI bridge.
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I have not and have not come across anyone using a Fibre To SCSI bridge for hard drives, I've only seen them used for tape.
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ok , thanks for your comments.
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I connected SCSI hard drive to the ADIC SNC 5100 and it is detected perfectly on the server via a fibre channel switch.
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Good to know thats for the update.
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