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iSCSI NICs

 
ldoodle
Frequent Advisor

iSCSI NICs

Hiya,

NetApp FAS2020 SAN with 2 iSCSI ports on each controller (2 controllers). We have 2 NICs in each host server (dual port card). DL380 G5 servers forming a 3-node cluster.

controller 1 port 1: 10.250.10.1/24
controller 1 port 2: 10.250.11.1/24
controller 2 port 1: 10.250.10.2/24
controller 2 port 2: 10.250.11.2/24

NIC port 1: 10.250.10.91/24
NIC port 2: 10.250.11.91/24

However, when running System Manager to discover the FAS2020, it does not find anything. I cannot ping the SAN from the host, despite physical network connectivity wired properly.

Note that the IP addresses on the hosts for the iSCSI NIC ports were done in HP's Network Configuration Utility (I also declared these 2 ports as iSCSI ports in the same utility), and NOT within Windows IP stack itself.

Any ideas?

Thanks
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ldoodle
Frequent Advisor

Re: iSCSI NICs

Oh I forgot to add that when assigning the IP address in the Windows stack, so what is the dedicated iSCSI setting for with HP NCU?