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Does isci  software initiator support jumbo frames in esx 3.5

Posted on 2008-10-13
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i want to know if esx 3.5 suports 10GB Ethernet and isci software initiator now supports jumbo frames.
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Question by:Maquinaloca
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It appears that 10GB ISCSI is now supported but VMWare hasn't releases any "official documentation"  I would recommend using HBA as they would do TOE and put less workload on the vmkernel.

Your question has been asked to vmware and there has been no responce via the blog below

http://blogs.vmware.com/vi/2008/06/storage-vmotion.html


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