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Old 07-03-2008, 08:28 AM   #1
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Question NIC, iSCSI, multiple gateways

Problem description:

eth0 ***********
eth1 ***********
eth6 ***********

eth0 is a NIC.

eth1, and eth6 are iSCSI.

Each has been assigned their own default gateway, but only the NIC can ping it's gateway.

I would like to have the iSCSI interfaces be able to ping their own default gateway.

I'm not too familiar with iSCSI (sad, yes I know), so I was hoping to get some pointers here.

Thanks all, and continued success with the forum. It has served me very well for so many years.
Old 07-04-2008, 06:20 PM   #2
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Question ?

are you using software initiator ? what kinda hardware ?


gateways, iscsi, multiple, nic

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