I have a clustered pair of ESX servers connected to a SAN MD3000i but have connected a new SAN (Dell SUMO) to the network in order for me to VMotion the VMs to this new SAN. So I'm going from SAN to SAN.
This just came up so I'm having a hard time thinking about the steps involved at the last second.
Any help in how to present the new SAN Volume to the ESX Servers would allow me to VMotion them over.
I'm sorry, you must enter the iSCSI IP of the SUMO as this is the ip ESX wil use to communicate with your storage.
And yes, they have to be on the same physical network if you don't configure a additional
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