This blog discusses iSCSI session, iSCSI login and the components required for a connection between iSCSI initiator and iSCSI target in detail. The previous blog from this series introduced the basics of iSCSI protocol.

The group of TCP connections that link an initiator with a target form an iSCSI session. The purpose of the iSCSI login is to enable a TCP connection for iSCSI use, authentication of the parties, negotiation of the session’s parameters, and marking of the connection as belonging to an iSCSI session.

Read more http://blog.calsoftinc.com/2017/06/iscsi-session-iscsi-login-and-connection-between-its-initiator-and-target.html

Original Article at Software Testing Club