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Hi guys,

I have a question regarding iSCSI and it's "only one user a time" policy.

Is it possible to have another computer (Linux in my case) act as an iSCSI target, and let the Mac Mini connect to it via iSCSI *WHILE* serving the iSCSI target via AFP?

I'm currently using Netatalk on the server, but I would like to switch to HFS+ for the Metadata on the NAS (Linuxbox) and therefore am considering using iSCSI.
The Networking would be handled by the Mac Mini, and I would share the iSCSI Volume using the original AFP from the Mac Mini.

Possible problem: There is only *one* Ethernet port on the Mac Mini, so it would be used for iSCSI *and* the networking at the same time (using Gigabit, btw).

Any ideas?
Now running on a 20" aluminium iMac (Fall 2008), as well as a Macboook Pro 13" (mid 2009) and an iPhone.
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Now running on a 20" aluminium iMac (Fall 2008), as well as a Macboook Pro 13" (mid 2009) and an iPhone.
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