The Internet Small Computer Systems Interface (iSCSI) is standard for linking data storage. We can manage iSCSI either through the `targetcli` on the “target” (i.e., storage server) or the `iscsiadm` command on any initiators (i.e., connecting servers). In this hands-on lab, we’ll test our ability to troubleshoot a connection issue between the target and initiator.
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Successfully complete this lab by achieving the following learning objectives:
- Confirm iSCSI Setup and Replicate Issue
Review the iSCSI configuration and ensure the target is working. Additionally, replicate the issue on the initiator.
- Resolve Issue
Update the appropriate iSCSI configuration file so the initiator setup matches the target.
- Connect to the Target
Confirm the fix by connecting to iSCSI from the initiator.