Re: [Ips] data exceeds MaxBurstLength

<Paul_Koning@Dell.com> Thu, 29 March 2012 15:30 UTC

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It's covered by the general rules on protocol errors.  A reasonable reaction would be for the receiving node to close the connection (and probably log the protocol error using whatever logging machinery it has available).

	paul

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Subject: [Ips] data exceeds MaxBurstLength

Hi dear all,
If the transmitter (initiator or target) transfer some data exceeds the value MaxBurstLength specified . What shold happen ? It seems rfc3720 do not provide a clause for this situation . Thanks in advance .
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