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Iscsi Authentication Tab; Active Connections Tab - HP StoreOnce User Manual

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Table 7 iSCSI Interface Information
Field
Device Name
Port
Device Serial Number
World Wide Node Name
iSCSI Target Name
iSCSI Alias

iSCSI Authentication tab

If required, this tab should be used to configure iSCSI CHAP authentication. Click Edit and provide
the required details.
Table 8 iSCSI Authentication Information
Field
Require initiator to logon
Initiator CHAP User
Name
Initiator CHAP Secret
Target required to logon
to initiator
Target CHAP User Name
Target CHAP Secret

Active Connections tab

This shows the Session information of any active connections to the library; it displays information
about open iSCSI sessions. All details are generated automatically and cannot be edited.
If a device is showing as not connected, this indicates that the iSCSI Initiator on the host has not
logged on. Log on using the iSCSI Initiator and set the device as a Persistent Target for that host.
This ensures that it will automatically log on again whenever the host is rebooted.
Description
The device name lists all of the devices for the specific Library. There will be an entry for the
Medium Changer, and for each of the drives configured.
This defines the port to which each media changer or drive is connected.
This is a unique serial number for the device. It is generated automatically by the HP
StoreOnce Backup system and cannot be edited.
This is provided when the device is created.
This is generated automatically by the HP StoreOnce Backup system for iSCSI devices.
This is generated automatically by the HP StoreOnce Backup system for iSCSI devices.
Description
Check this box if you require the initiator to logon. You must also provide the Initiator CHAP
user name and secret.
This should be the same CHAP user name that you configure for the target on the iSCSI
Initiator. (On the Microsoft iSCSI Initiator, this is the User Name as it is configured on the
Targets tab in the Log On to Target Advanced Settings.)
This should be the same CHAP secret that you configure for the target on the iSCSI Initiator.
(On the Microsoft iSCSI Initiator, this is the Target Secret as it is configured on the Targets
tab in the Log On to Target Advanced Settings.)
Check this box if you require mutual CHAP authentication, which means that the target must
also log on to the initiator. You must also provide the target CHAP user name and secret.
On the iSCSI Initiator you must also make sure that mutual authentication is enabled. (On
the Microsoft iSCSI Initiator, make sure Perform mutual authentication is checked on the
Targets tab in the Log On to Target Advanced Settings.)
This may be any meaningful CHAP user name. It does not need to match any information
on the iSCSI Initiator.
This should be the same CHAP Secret that you configure for the target on the iSCSI Initiator.
(On the Microsoft iSCSI Initiator, this is the Secret as it is configured from the General tab.)
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