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SIRIS Network Attached Storage: iSCSI Share Settings

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This article explains the access control settings for a SIRIS iSCSI share.

CHAP Authentication

The only Access Control List setting for iSCSI shares is CHAP Authentication.


Figure 1 - CHAP Authentication

CHAP provides two levels of security:

  • One-way CHAP authentication: Only the remote client (the initiator) needs to provide a password to start a logon session with your share (the target).
  • Mutual CHAP authentication: Requires that both the client (the initiator) and your share (the target) authenticate each other.

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