Tag Archives: networking iSCSI

Multiple Connected Sessions for Windows 2008

Are you using Windows Server 2008’s iSCSI initiator? Do you know what connection policy you have? If you said “no” to the last question, you may need to check out this TechRepublic article which explains the multiple connected sessions (MCS) … Continue reading

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Are you using 10 Gigabit yet?

Many of our customers are either upgrading to 10GbE for their IP SANs, or considering it.  Where are you in this process?  Take a few seconds and fill out the poll. [polldaddy poll=1139415] What have your experiences been since you have started … Continue reading

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Manage iSCSI Sprawl

Some enterprises are having to do more with less resources, less time and less money. Cut down iSCSI storage management time and storage sprawl with iSNS. Most iSCSI arrays have supported this protocol for years. The iSNS protocol (RFC 4171) was … Continue reading

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How to choose an iSCSI device during EBS installation

Having trouble accessing an iSCSI drive during EBS (Essential Business Server) setup? Check out this step-by-step guide courtesy of Technet. http://blogs.technet.com/essentialbusinessserver/archive/2009/02/25/choosing-an-iscsi-device-during-ebs-installation.aspx

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