The blog entry where this picture is from tells, that multiple ports being used automatically:
 
http://blog.millennia.it/a-comparison-of-aoe-to-fc-and-iscsi-protocols
 
 
 

From: Alexandre
Sent: Thursday, May 17, 2012 9:29 AM
To: Charles Chou
Cc: aoetools-discuss@lists.sourceforge.net
Subject: Re: [Aoetools-discuss] AOE ports

It depends on the AoE target implementation you're using.

regards.

2012/5/17 Charles Chou <cchou@kimberlite.com>
Hi,
    In the diagram I found below it shows how a 64K IO is broken into
8x8K blocks and transferred to the AOE target via 4 ports. Can someone
kindly show me how to configured the AOE to use multiple ports? Thanks!

http://www.millennia.it/images/AoE_delivery.png

Regards,
Charles Chou


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