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ISCSI Discover Error - Discovery Phase Failed (0xFFFFFFFF)

I just replaced my NW 65 sp3 server. The new server cannot see the ISCSI
SAN now when I run iscsi Discover xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx. I get the above error.
I corrected the initiator name per TID 10098132 but it did not help. When
I run ion all loads fine but it does not see the SAN and there are no errors
form that command. The new server has an Intel nic for the SAN subnet
where the old one had a 3c996. Nothing else has changed on either side.
Rest of servers see SAN fine.

Thanks for any help,
Gary Angus


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Re: ISCSI Discover Error - Discovery Phase Failed (0xFFFFFFFF)

Got it, TID 10098132 says you need a trailing period. When I removed it
from the Initiator Name all was well.

Gary
"Gary Angus" <gary@rtt-law.com> wrote in message
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> I just replaced my NW 65 sp3 server. The new server cannot see the ISCSI
> SAN now when I run iscsi Discover xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx. I get the above error.
> I corrected the initiator name per TID 10098132 but it did not help.

When
> I run ion all loads fine but it does not see the SAN and there are no

errors
> form that command. The new server has an Intel nic for the SAN subnet
> where the old one had a 3c996. Nothing else has changed on either side.
> Rest of servers see SAN fine.
>
> Thanks for any help,
> Gary Angus
>
>



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