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  1. Welcome to vSphere-land! » Storage Links

    […] to boot via Software iSCSI? (VMware vSphere Blog) iSCSI Advanced Settings (VMware vSphere Blog) Configuring Proper vSphere iSCSI Multipathing via Binding VMkernel Ports [Video] (Wahl […]

  2. Seriously, Stop Using Port Channels for vSphere Storage Traffic - Wahl Network via @ChrisWahl | Wahl Network

    […] Need details on how to configure iSCSI vmkernel port binding in vSphere 5? Check out my post “Configuring Proper vSphere iSCSI Multipathing via Binding VMkernel Ports [Video]“ […]

  3. How To Mix Rackmount and Blade Server NICs in a Distributed Switch via @ChrisWahl | Wahl Network

    […] The blade hosts would show that dvUplink3 and dvUplink4 are in a disconnected state, rendering them unusable by any port groups attached to the blades. This is by design. As such, I have created a design that leverages two sets of port groups for iSCSI with the assumption of using iSCSi port binding (as shown here). […]

  4. jason
    jason at |

    Question, do you need a VDS or can you use a plain old vSwitch?

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  5. Storage Protocol Links » Welcome to vSphere-land!

    […] to boot via Software iSCSI? (VMware vSphere Blog) iSCSI Advanced Settings (VMware vSphere Blog) Configuring Proper vSphere iSCSI Multipathing via Binding VMkernel Ports [Video] (Wahl […]

  6. Jagmeet
    Jagmeet at |

    I have tried to configure multipath in similar way in my labsetup but if i do network bininding..i cannot see any storage “paths”. And if I remove network binding i can see one active storage path. Can you help

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