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ISCSI for Redhat4 and device name

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I have redhat enterprise 4 (2.9.6 kernel). This server is connected through ISCSI to a netapp storage FS250. At startup the redhat sees the netapp LUN/ISCSI, but every time it change the name
If I go to /dev/ I find the ISCSI drive, but every time with a different name, sometimes /dev/sdc sometimes /dev/sdb ... etc
How I can make it standard and specify the device name and path?

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