I've tried to make a SAN with freeNAS, using iSCSI, the result was the device had 'normal, degraded' as status and 0 B storage.
I have two VMs in VMware Workstation 15 Player, a FreeNAS and an vSphere Esxi 6.7 host, nothing serious i just wanna learn about it.
1 network card with a static IP: 192.168.139.128
Portal: Group ID: 1, Listen: 192.168.139.128, Discovery Auth Method: None, Discovery Auth Group: None
Initiator: Group ID 1, Initiators: ALL, Authorized networks: ALL
Target: Target Name: freenas
Extents: Extenttype: Device, Device: Datastore/iSCSI, Logical block size: 512, TPC enabled
Associated Targets: Target: freenas, LUN ID: 1, Extent Datastore
1 network card, static IP: 192.168.0.95
2 network card, static IP: 192.168.139.129
iSCSI conf: iSCSI activated, no CHAP authentification, Port: 192.168.139.129, Dynamic Target: 192.168.139.128, Static Target: 192.168.139.128
I'll appreciate any form of criticism, don't be shy
Thanks for anyone reading through the mess I've created, I hope someone can help me.
thanks and best regards.
I just installed VMware Workstation Player on another PC and made a new VM with freeNAS on it, I configure iSCSI and connected it with the other Interface on my Esxi Server and it worked. There has to be some mistake with the Host-only Network, or the freeNAS settings, I'll try to reinstall freeNAS.