Dell EMC OpenManage Essentials Version 2.5 User's Guide

iSCSI IQN Identities

The iSCSI IQN Identities page allows you to generate or import iSCSI Qualified Name (IQN) identities to the virtual I/O pool. The IQN identities are required to support boot-from-SAN using the iSCSI protocol.

The fields displayed on the iSCSI IQN Identities page of the Create Virtual I/O Pool Wizard are described in the following table.
Table 1. iSCSI IQN Identities. The fields displayed on the iSCSI IQN Identities page of the Create Virtual I/O Pool Wizard are described in the following table.
Field Description
Include IQN Identities in the Pool Select to include IQN identities in the virtual I/O pool.
Specify a prefix to allocate from Select to specify a prefix for the IQN identities that will be generated.
  • NOTE: The typical iSCSI IQN format is: iqn.date.domainname-in-reverse:storage-identifier. For example, iqn.2001-04.com.example:storage.disk2.sys1.xyz.
Import from file Select to import IQN identities from a .csv file.
Import Click to open the wizard used to import IQN identities from a .csv file.
  • NOTE: The .csv must include only one address or identity per line.
View Click to view the IQN identities in the virtual I/O pool.
  • NOTE: You can only view IQN identities that you have already imported from a .csv file.

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