Is iSCSI good for my situation?
I intend to arrangement a documents web server for my very own individual usage. It will certainly be accessed from a straightforward residence network by concerning 5 computer systems, combined in between Linux (Ubuntu, generally) and also Windows.
I intend on making use of FreeNAS to organize the network shares. While browsing FreeNAS is attributes, I saw it sustains iSCSI, something I do not have experience with.
Is iSCSI ideal for a tiny network? In the past I have actually attempted Samba, FTP, SSH, etc, yet none of these have actually functioned along with I would certainly have suched as on both Ubuntu and also Windows.
Is iSCSI very easy to arrangement (with FreeNAS), very easy to connect to, and also have excellent cross system assistance?
Or exists a far better selection?
Well, iSCSI is simply a block tool, you require a documents system. Trouble being you require a shareable (collection) documents system that collaborates with linux and also windows. There are free (as in beer, 2TB restriction), free as in open resource (yet non unimportant to get running), and also certainly pay alternatives.
There have actually been inquiries concerning this on serverfault.
win and also lin, free as in beer to 2TB http://www.open-e.com/products/open-e-dss-v6-lite/
And also I anticipate there are others.
And also numerous pay alternatives.