[CentOS] iscsi and the last mile...

Jim Wildman jim at rossberry.com
Thu Aug 21 22:25:25 UTC 2008


Joseph L. Casale wrote:
>> Yeah, you're missing the iscsi part.  Means the 'drives' are on a
>> different system on the other end of a network link.
> 
> Heh, thought you were trying to export those discs *on* the iSCSI server
> and couldn't see them there, my bad :)
> 
> 'iscsiadm -m discovery -p <ip of target>' wont give the target name, you need
> 'iscsiadm --mode discovery --type sendtargets --portal <ip of target>'
> 
> You also need to pass tcp 3260 through the firewall on the target, I have never
> used RH's target, does it do this for you? Iet allows you to define allowed/denied
> clients, does RH's?
> 
> jlc
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You're right.  I grabbed the wrong copy of my notes.

You have to manually configure the firewall on the target.

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