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iSCSI How to

 

Advantages of iSCSI
Another alternative solution for iSCSI Storage
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Configure BindPersistentVolumes for iSCSI Initiator

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How to configure shared ISCSI SAN storage on Windows 2008

How to configure iSCSI Cluster


How to Connect Cluster Nodes to iSCSI Volumes


How to create iSCSI storage in VMware ESX Server


How to Configure EqualLogic iSCSI SAN Volumes for Cluster


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How to move iSCSI volume from one server to another  - Step by step with screenshots
How to remove an iSCSI target on Windows 2003
How to remove iSCSI volume from Windows Server 2003  - Step by step with screenshots
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Network Design Guidelines of Configuring EqualLogic iSCSI


Planning Network Redundancy in Windows cluster with iSCSI


Setup Server service dependent on iSCSI Initiator service

What do I need when configuring an iSCSI Cluster
Which OS is iSCSI supported with cluster server and How many

 

 

How to enable iSCSI to access SAN

 

1. Open iSCSI and click on the Discovery Tab

 

 

2. Click Add under Target Portals

 

 

3. Enter the IP address of the SAN. By default, the port # is 3260.

 

 

4. Click on the Target tab.  Highlight the first entry and then click Log On. Make sure this is the storage you want to use (in our case it is vmstorage).

 

 

 

5. In the Target Name, click on “Automatically restore this connection when the systems boots”.  Then click OK. 

 

 

6. The Target name status should change to connected.

 

 

7. Close iSCSI, you should have SAN's  volume display in the Disk Management.

 

 

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