ESXI 6 cant connect ISCSI

Router-->HP Switch-->ESXI1(trunk1) and ESXI2(trunk2)
 
SW config:
 
Layer 3 SW
Routing enabled
LACP disabled all ports
Every VLAN has SW GW IP
 
VLAN 1 “default”            IP:192.168.0.2 /24
VLAN 2  “2UTM”           IP: 10.0.10.2/24
VLAN 3  “2ESXI1,2”      IP:10.0.20.2/24
VLAN 4  “2ISCSI NAS” IP:10.0.30.2/24
 
I can ping from ESXI 1 IP:10.0.20.3 GW of subnet 10.0.30.2/24.But esxi 1 cant ping NAS 10.0.30.5.
 
Example : ESXI1 and ESXI2 cant connect ISCSI NAS(NAS on other subnet IP NAS :10.0.30.5/24 for LUN configuration. If NAS on the same subnet esxi then I can connect.
 
Where I make a mistake?
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Andrew Hancock (VMware vExpert / EE MVE^2)VMware and Virtualization ConsultantCommented:
You need to be able to route traffic correctly from the subnet your host is on, to your iSCSI network.

and it's not really best practice to route iSCSI traffic.

if the VLANS are correctly connected to your host, and tagged and you have a VMKernel in that portgroup and VLAN you should be able to reach traffic direct.
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needs needsAuthor Commented:
Hi
"and it's not really best practice to route iSCSI traffic.", do i need to connect ISCSI without vlan you mean?

Thanks
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Andrew Hancock (VMware vExpert / EE MVE^2)VMware and Virtualization ConsultantCommented:
You should be able to create a VMKernel Portgroup on the VLAN
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needs needsAuthor Commented:
oh man! i cant Close question ,they changed something ,Comes Pop up menu and ask many questions . I try again
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needs needsAuthor Commented:
Thanks
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