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Section - -31- How many SCSI devices can I have on an Indigo?

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  You can have 7 SCSI devices, and as long as you have clean cabling,
  and one (and only one!) SCSI terminator at the end of the chain, and
  keep total cable length under 6 meters, there should be no problems,
  as far as the Indigo's bus itself goes.

  On an Indigo2, you can have 7 devices on the external SCSI bus, and
  up to 3 devices on the internal bus.

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