How To Configure vSphere 4.0 Software iSCSI with 2 Paths

GoingVirtual.wordpress.com has posted a great step by step How-To for configuring the software iSCSI initiator in vSphere 4 with multiple paths. The is a huge reason to go to vSphere 4 from ESX 3.x since ESX 3.x did not support multiple paths per target.

The How-To can be found here:
http://goingvirtual.wordpress.com/2009/07/17/vsphere-4-0-with-software-iscsi-and-2-paths/

Hope it helps!

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About djlaube

I have over 16+ years of experience helping small to enterprise businesses nationwide design and then implement enterprise storage, backup and recovery, disaster recovery and system virtualization solutions including private cloud, public cloud and hybrid cloud infrastructures. I hold numerous storage and virtualization certifications. I have supported 18-25 sales reps at any one time as a presales engineer, involved in all stages of the sales cycle. I have consistently been a top producer in all of my roles. I have personally delivered over 300+ complex enterprise solution implementations from multiple vendors (including VMware, EMC, Dell, Symantec and HP). I am an expert in solution design and architecture and have designed over 250+ complex solutions for customers of all sizes (SMB to Fortune 100).

3 thoughts on “How To Configure vSphere 4.0 Software iSCSI with 2 Paths

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