The new SE1100 and SE4200 SCSI to iSCSI bridges replace the
previous generation iSCSIConnect unit. These two models
enable SCSI based Servers to connect to iSCSI
enabled storage devices over a standard ethernet network. Many legacy
Servers installed and employed in day-to-day work are unable to support
the iSCSI protocol due to either
the cost of upgrade the server hardware and/or the Operating
System. This means that they cannot benefit from the many
advantages that iSCSI brings -just the flexibility to increase the
distance between the Server and the devices and the ability to share
between Servers underline the usefulness of moving to iSCSI.
With iSCSI Connect it is now possible to connect these SCSI based
to a iSCSI based network in a simple cost effective way. By placing the
Connect device between the SCSI interface and the iSCSI network legacy
servers can enjoy the benefits of iSCSI without any changes to the
hardware, operating system or applications. SCSI to iSCSI
Simply Plug n' Play
The plug n' play iSCSI connect is extremely easy to implement and use.
The web based in-band GUI ensures users trouble free operation and
those users who wish to retain their SCSI storage devices but wish to distance these away from the
Server for security reasons, have in the past only been able to achieve
this by using dedicated devices linked by Fibre Optic cables. But now, by
combining one of the SCSI to iSCSI bridges in combination with an ES2400 or one or more ES1100 iSCSI to SCSI bridges, it is now possible to achieve the remote operation of peripherals over
an standard Ethernet infrastructure, or even broadband links.
Maximum return on existing investment.
Ease of implementation.
Host Port: SE1100 -1 GigabitEthernet Port; auto negotiation
for 10Mb and 100Mb networks SE4200 - 2 x GigabitEthernet Port; auto negotiation
for 10Mb and 100Mb networks
Slave Ports: SE1100 - 1 x LVD/SE : Auto sensing SCSI Ultra 160; maximum transfer rate 160MB/sec
Connectors SE4200 - 4 x LVD/SE : Auto sensing SCSI Ultra 160; maximum transfer rate 160MB/sec