Examples relate to persistent checksum data validation. In some examples, it is determined if a storage array supports a persistent checksum capability. After determining that the storage array supports the persistent checksum capability, protection information is added to a data packet at an egress port, where the protection information includes a cyclic redundancy check (CRC), a serial number, and an offset. The data packet is sent with the protection information to the storage array, where the storage array uses the protection information to validate the data packet. A data response is received from the storage array, and then the protection information is used to validate the data response.
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