Tag: iSCSI

Home lab Network: Putting all together

Easy guide for your home lab on how to configure VMware vSphere networking achieving redundancy and performance

VMware vSphere: Binding iSCSI Ports

One of the things that is usually missed during deployments of iSCSI Storage with VMware vSphere first install is the NIC and Port Binding. As we have already seen in the previous posts, VMware offers […]

Configure VMware ESXi Datastore

Configure Synology iSCSI as VMware ESXi Datastore

In the previous articles we explored the steps about configuring an iSCSI LUN on a Synology NAS.  Or even for smaller environments it is possible to create iSCSI Targets leveraging a separate VM based on […]

Synology NAS Configuration

Configure iSCSI LUNs on Synology NAS

I recently purchased a 4 bays Synology NAS and apart from the initial excitement about the new toy this is something I was looking forward to enhance my lab environment using a physical storage. I […]

NAS4Free Configuration

Install and configure iSCSI with NAS4Free Part 2

In the previous article we have seen how to install NAS4Free and configure the disks which will be used as main storage. This article focuses on the setup for the iSCSI drives which will be […]

NAS4Free installation

Install and configure iSCSI with NAS4Free Part 1

For one of my testing environments I had to install a brand new clustered SQL 2014 instance and when thinking about the steps required to proceed with the installation I did remember about the shared […]