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How to Configure iSCSI for Broadcom BCM57810

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My Server NIC configuration currently looks like the pic without iSCSI configured. I need it to look like the pic with iSCSI configured. How do I achieve that? Thanks in advance for your help!
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You should just have to change the view to iSCSI from the drop down then you'll be able to configure the NICs:
BACS-iSCSI-View.pngOnce you're in the iSCSI view, click on the adapter you want to configure for iSCSI then you should be able to set the IP address via the Configuration tab on the right pane.
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That worked. Thank you.
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