iSCSI LUNs hijacked by one of two ESXi hosts

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iSCSI LUNs hijacked by one of two ESXi hosts

Unread post by JaapL » Wed Mar 01, 2017 12:20 pm

Hi all,

I 've created two LUNs/Target on an Synology DS1813+ NAS.
I 've got two ESXi host with iSCSI storage adapter configured.

My problem is that both LUNs automatically gets discovered and mounted on one ESXi host.
How can I prevent this from happening or how can I 'delete one of the mounted LUNs/Targets so that it is available for the other ESXi host?

Thanx Jaap

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Re: iSCSI LUNs hijacked by one of two ESXi hosts

Unread post by synology_ukman » Mon Mar 06, 2017 4:39 pm

LUN Masking?

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