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adding second iscsi storage to vsphere4

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hello

I need help.
I have 2 esx vsphere4 that have stored their virtual machines on an hp iscsi storage.
is it possible to add another physical iscsi storage to these servers?
I guess I have to create a second iSCSI Software adapter, is that right?
hope anyone can help me cause as usual it's an emergency.
lenn0x
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Have you tried adding the new Target under the discovery tab of the iSCSI initiator?
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yes, but it does not show up, I can only see my first HP iSCSI ENCLOSURE.
does one iscsi software adapter support 2 seperate iscsi storages?
 
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Are you sure you have presented the LUNs to the server you are trying to connect to it?
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arrgh, I had a misconfiguration in the storages gateway address. I could reach it from my workstation but not from my esx.
thanks for your help anyway!!!!
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as ususal, it was my fault. thanks for helping.
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