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> A couple of procedural notes:
>> I am writing this memo to the IETF IP Storage Working Group to voice
>> my concern over the apparent lack of IETF or industry standard for
>> having a DHCP server pass an InitiatorName to an iSCSI boot client.
> The IP Storage WG has been closed, BUT this list is still a fine place
> to discuss this sort of topic, and it can be addressed via an individual
> Internet-Draft (a WG is not required to do work).
>> This issue may be something that you are already aware of, and may be
>> something that you are already working to address.
>> (I am going to ignore the related issues of CHAP username and secret)
> Considering that DHCP has no real security, one cannot pass the CHAP
> secret in the clear via DHCP. The CHAP username should not cause a