How to add an iSCSI to VMware Datastore

Small Computer Interface Internet (iSCSI) is an Internet protocol-based storage application used for connecting storage databases from different clients and servers. It is possible to transfer data over local area networks (LAN) and wide area networks (WAN) . It is useful if you have storage maintained in different areas of a country or globally. VMware is a suite of software virtualization applications. VMware data storage manages information across virtualized and physical networks. Adding an iSCSI datastore for VMware requires a few steps to configure. Instructions
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Connect to the ESXi server. Select the ESXi server under “Host and Clusters”. Click on “Configuration”.
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Select “Storage Adapters” and click “iSCSI adapter” for the drop-down list.
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Select “Properties” and “Configuration”, and place a check in the box next to it to enable it. Click “OK”.
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Click on “Dynamic targets” and “Add”. Enter the IP address of the iSCSI adapter. You have now added an iSCSI datastore for VMWare.

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