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[DSS V6][DSS V7] How to connect to iSCSI target using Solaris 10?

Article ID: 322
Last updated: 09 Apr, 2020

Additional information:

  • product name: DSS V6 / DSS V7
  • product version: all
  • build: all

Problem:

Cannot connect to the iSCSI target using Solaris 10.
The customer was able to connect to my iSCSI target using Solaris 8 which had Cisco iSCSI initiator compatibility.
In Solaris 10 he has to use the built-in initiator and that's where he has the issue.

Symptoms:

Cannot connect to the iSCSI target using Solaris 10.

Solution:

While creating target change untick "Target Default Name" and set:
 

iqn.2009-07.com.open-e:<dss name>.<target alias>

Following commands should be used to connect to iSCSI target:

iscsiadm add discovery-address 192.168.248.213:3260

iscsiadm modify discovery --sendtargets enable

devfsadm -i iscsi


then commend "format" should be used to format iSCSI target.

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Article ID: 322
Last updated: 09 Apr, 2020
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Posted: 27 May, 2009 by --
Updated: 09 Apr, 2020 by Rybak M.
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