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Associated article: iSCSI Target Emulation

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Published source code accompanying the article by Patrick L. Garvan, Shawn McFarland, Manoj Mehta, Mike Ramsay, and Chris Robinson in which they examine iSCSI, a networking standard for sending SCSI commands over IP networks. Our authors present an iSCSI emulator and show how it can be used to test iSCSI systems. Also see ISCSI_TEST_TARGET_TOOL.ZIP.

					iSCSI Target Emulation
by Patrick L. Garvan, Shawn McFarland, Manoj Mehta, Mike Ramsay, and Chris Robinson


Listing One

int parse_received_data(
    IN PST_TARGET_CONNECTION lpConnection,
    IN char *charBuf,
    IN ULONG ulDataLength,
    IN OUT ULONG *lpulBufferOffset
)
/*++
Description:
    This routine ...							
										
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