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ISCSI vs. Fibre Channel SAN quiz

The war is waging -- so say some storage professionals. What's your IQ when it comes to iSCSI and Fibre Channel SAN protocols? Take our iSCSI vs. Fibre Channel SAN quiz and find out.

1. Which protocol is less expensive -- iSCSI or Fibre Channel?
Which is it?

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2. Which protocol allows storage networks to be created using Ethernet -- iSCSI or Fibre Channel?
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3. Which protocol offers point-to-point, switched and loop interfaces -- iSCSI or Fibre Channel?
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4. Which protocol can transmit data between computer devices at data rates of 4 Gbps -- iSCSI or Fibre Channel?
Which is it?

5. Which protocol's SAN is easier to set up -- iSCSI or Fibre Channel?
Which is it?

6. Which protocol provides more flexibility -- iSCSI or Fibre Channel?
Which is it?

7. Which protocol can be used to transmit data over LANs as well as WANs -- iSCSI or Fibre Channel?
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8. Which protocol continues to rule in the data center -- iSCSI or Fibre Channel?
Which is it?

9. Which SAN is more secure -- iSCSI or Fibre Channel?
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10. The default settings on this protocol's SAN provide the best performance on an uncongested network. Which is it -- iSCSI or Fibre Channel?
Which is it?

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This was first published in September 2006

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