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Solved: Microsoft iSCSI Discovery Service start up error...

Discussion in 'Networking' started by sugar22, Jan 5, 2010.

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  1. sugar22

    sugar22 Thread Starter

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    Hi, I am setting up two HP DL380G6 servers with an MSA 2012i (with two controllers), and the server-1 is displaying a start up message that says "iSCSI Discovery Service encountered a problem and needed to close", I tried to gather information about the log event and all I found was:
    " - Event ID 1
    - Initiator failed to connect to the target. Target IP address and TCP Port number are given in dump data.
    o This event is logged when the initiator could not make a TCP connection to the given target portal. The dump data in this event will contain the Target IP address and TCP port to which initiator could not make a TCP connection."

    I ping both iSCSI targets from my host and both reply, so I don't understand why this happens or how can I fix this, does anybody have an idea that can help me?

    NOTE: Please see attached screen capture.

    thanks in advance to all =)
     

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  2. zx10guy

    zx10guy Trusted Advisor

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    Was it working before? Did you load any other iSCSI drivers?
     
  3. sugar22

    sugar22 Thread Starter

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    Actually after connecting four SAN ports to Microsoft iSCSI Initiator Software and after apply all the HP recommended Windows HotFixes... the error message just disappeared, thanks a lot!
     
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