Open-E iSCSI Soho target and Netra x1 + Solaris 10 (with its own iSCSI initiator)



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Open-E iSCSI Soho target and Netra x1 + Solaris 10 (with its own iSCSI initiator)

Postby Sastien de Mapias » Wed, 07 Mar 2007 21:58:01 GMT

I intend to try to connect an iSCSI target to my Netra x1 (using
a SOHO flash card set up in a Dell Poweredge 1400sc). I still
have to install Solaris 10 on the Netra, in order to have an
Anybody ever happened to d-i-y that kind of stuff before, any
experience to share ? I'll let you know anyway if I manage to get
it work (I intend to do that by myself at home, for sheer
experimentation purposes).

In advance, thanks.

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