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Gotcha.  I did that (ticked the checkbox, setting it to no), rescanned the volumes for good measure, and ran another test.  still pulling off of just one vnic.  

Yeah, I'm all vsphere 5.0, so maybe I'll give that a try sometime soon.  It would be nice to figure this one out though.  Hmm...

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If you can't figure it out, then open a case, they can review the config via WebEx and maybe spot the problem.

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Good idea.  Thanks for the good info Don.  Much appreciated.  Hopefully I can thank you in person at the DSF this year.

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You are very welcome.  

re: DSF   They don't let me out much.  😉     If you end up at the Nashua facility someday do look me up.  

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Well thats a shame.  ...Oh, as for the issue.  Tech support lead me down the right road to the cause.  The lack of the vmkernel port bindings under the iSCSI software adapter.  Fixed, and everything is fine now.

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Glad they found the issue.   I should have had you dump the kernel bindings.    

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