[Date Prev][Date Next][Thread Prev][Thread Next][Date Index][Thread Index][Old Index]
I'm struggling to "mount" any iSCSI target (from a TS-410 box) on a
fresh install of NetBSD. The kernel running is XEN3PAE_DOM0, and I have
netbsd-iscsi-initiator-20100416 installed. The target box is basically
an ARM-based box, with linux 2.6.33 running open-iscsi, should this be
of any interest.
I have been reading a couple of threads  in the archives of this
list, I have created /dev/puffs, and I'm trying to:
# isci-initiator -h 169.254.100.100 -u admin /mnt
As expected, the program runs and stays in the foreground, but I never
get anything new under /mnt. Then my questions are: Am I using the correct
package ? Is there a way to get a more verbose/debug-friendly output ?
Any idea on what I have forgotten ?
I have defined a couple of test targets on the TS-410 box, and have
chosen not to have any kind of authentication just to begin with. Is
this supposed to work, or is the CHAP authentication mandatory ?
Thanks for your interest in my questions.
Main Index |
Thread Index |