I've been asked the following questions:
1.) Will a 3560 support iscsi? (legally?) It is doing it today, but is it recommended?
2.) "Company" needs 2 non-blocking switches 24 or 48 port, whatever they decide…. These will be put in place to handle iscsi storage. What would recommend? 2960 or 3750?
"legally"? I understand the concepts of "line rate" and "non-blocking"... from a Cisco standpoint, the new 3X-K and 2960-X switches are both advertised as "line rate".
To the above questions, though - is there such a thing as "legal" iSCSI support? Is it sufficient to claim a line rate switch as being iSCSI-compatible, etc?
The more detail/links, the better - thanks, folks!