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Title: Performance analysis and design of iSCSI over wireless network
Authors: GAO YAN
Keywords: iSCSI, wireless, storage, performance analysis, TCP/IP, throughput
Issue Date: 4-Apr-2005
Citation: GAO YAN (2005-04-04). Performance analysis and design of iSCSI over wireless network. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.
Abstract: Since wireless network and mobile devices have become more and more prevalent, there is an increasing need to build a wireless storage system that can access wireless information efficiently and correctly. iSCSI (internet SCSI) is an important protocol to enable remote storage access through the TCP/IP network. The performance of iSCSI over wireless network is an interesting research topic due to the low bandwidth, unreliability and long latency of the wireless network. This thesis presents a new iSCSI design with multiple virtual TCP connections over wireless network. Testing results show that for small I/O request, 2K for example, multiple connection iSCSI design can achieve 112% throughput improvement compared to normal iSCSI. The maximum throughput can reach 0.62 MB/s for big I/O, which is almost the same as theoretical analysis result. Experiment results also prove that our design can achieve high performance in multi-hop, unreliable and long latency wireless network.
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