ISCSI server configuration

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ISCSI server configuration

  1. 1. ISCSI Server Configuration ISCSI Server is a storage server. Using this we can share the Storage disks.ISCSI target (server)Storage resource located on an iSCSI server known as a "target". An iSCSI target usuallyrepresents nothing but hard disk storage. As with initiators, software to provide an iSCSI target isavailable for most mainstream operating systems.SCSI initiator (client)An initiator functions as an iSCSI client. An initiator typically serves the same purpose to acomputer as a SCSI bus adapter would, except that instead of physically cabling SCSI devices(like hard drives and tape changers), an iSCSI initiator sends SCSI commands over an IPnetwork.Server ConfigurationInstall the packages:Configuration File:Re-Edit the Lines.Before Editing:After Editing Here * * is client IP & Subnet ISCSI Server Configuration – Thamizharasan P
  2. 2. Restart the ServiceThat’s it .Client ConfigurationInstall the package.Disk Details ISCSI Server Configuration – Thamizharasan P
  3. 3. Find The IQN name of shared ISCSI Server. (IQN : ISCSI Qualified Name)IQN is communicate with TargetHere : 172.30.100.250- Server IP . -m:Mode ; -t:Target ; st : Send Target P: PortLogin into the ISCSI Server.Give the IQN name, Here: l-loginNow we can find New disk /dev/sdc. ISCSI Server Configuration – Thamizharasan P
  4. 4. Logout from ISCSI Server.Here /dev/sdc disk is not there. That’s itByThamizharasan PLinux AdministratorEmail:rpthamizh@gmail.comLinkedIn: in.linkedin.com/pub/thamizharasan-p/25/203/62 ISCSI Server Configuration – Thamizharasan P

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