Connecting MD1000's to MD3000i

Sid Young Sidney.Young at
Wed Mar 18 17:54:33 CDT 2009

G'Day all,

I have a question for the MD1000/MD3000 experts, I have an MD3000i that
I want to connect 2 MD1000's to so that I end up with a total of 45
disks showing up. Do I need to connect two cables from the MD3000i to
the first MD1000 and then daisy chain the second MD1000 off the first or
do I cable each MD1000 to the MD3000i?

If I connect an MD1000 to an MD3000i do I need to connect both cables to
get fault tolerance/redundancy?


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