The iSCSI allows companies to centralize the storage of data in a datacenter (more commonly called SAN in this case).
The servers and computers on your network will then be able to use these remote storages as if they were local disks and send SCSI commands over the TCP/IP network to these remote iSCSI servers.
The iSCSI protocol can obviously be used in a local area network (LAN), but also via the Internet.
For performance and bandwidth management, Microsoft offers the MPIO (Multipath I/O) feature which allows you to increase bandwidth and/or provide fault tolerance by using several network cards simultaneously (active/active) or active/passive (for fault tolerance).
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