TeknoJnky wrote:I didn't think that readynas iscsi supports multiple connections to the same target at the same time, at least yet.
chirpa wrote:More details..
What firmware on the NAS?
Using Teaming/Bonding, or separate NICs?
Are the two machines connecting to the same targets, or different ones on the same NAS?
akwete wrote:If that's true then I just purchased an overpriced file-based network server:(
mdgm wrote:akwete wrote:If that's true then I just purchased an overpriced file-based network server:(
What? You mount the iSCSI target on a server and share the files from there with the rest of your network?
If multiple connections to the one target is possible with iSCSI perhaps it'll be added as a feature in a future firmware release?
chirpa wrote:Our next firmware release (4.2.10) will have support both MCS and MPIO. But note that having support for it, and being Logo'd by Microsoft for official support issues is two separate items.
I need multiple connections per iSCSI target to setup a Hyper-V failover cluster. Strangely enough my setup passes the cluster validation wizard. However it fails when setting up the VMs for high availability (errors about missing volumes.)
yoh-dah wrote:RAIDiator 4.2.11 is a minor update to the RAIDiator 4.0 series for the ReadyNAS NVX, Pro, 2100, and 3200. For those who have been following the 4.2.10 beta release, the decision was made to release that firmware version internally for our upcoming 3100 and 4200 products, but proceed with 4.2.11 as a unified firmware for all x86 ReadyNAS.
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