Can't connect iSCSI targets on CentOS 5.2

Posted on 2009-02-19
Last Modified: 2012-05-06
I followed this instructions:

for iscsi configuration on CentOS 5., but after that I am not able to see any new drive connected on my CentOS server.
Question by:vAdmin
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    Expert Comment

    Disable firewall and selinux, for sure:
    setenforce 0
    iptables -F

    Then try to connect to iSCSI.

    Do you have some error messages in /var/log/messages or in command output when trying to connect?
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    Author Comment

    Hello Nopius, sorry for the delay. I will test that and let you know.
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    Author Comment

    Maybe I am doing something wrong here, but the problem is not the firewall. Are there any simple instructions on how to configure iSCSI on CentOS 5.2
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    Accepted Solution

    I finally solved the problem. It was connected to the iscsi, it was just that I was not able to see the connection os an icon on the "Computer".

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