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Media (iSCSI) network description

The media network is exclusively for real-time iSCSI traffic on a K2 SAN. It must be on a different subnet than the control network and the streaming/FTP network. Furthermore, its traffic is kept physically separate from that of other networks. This separation is provided by dedicated ports, cables, and by a dedicated VLAN on the Ethernet switch or by separate switches. Static IP addresses are required for the media network. Name resolution is not necessary, so media network IP addresses are not required in host files.

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