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Figure 5-44 Windows disk rescan
The basic setup is now complete and the IBM Storwize V5000 is configured. The host is
prepared and can access the volumes over several paths and store data on the storage
subsystem.
5.3.2 Windows 2008 iSCSI volume attachment
To perform iSCSI volume attachment in Windows 2008, complete the following steps:
1. Right-click your Windows 2008 iSCSI host in the Hosts view and click Properties, as
shown in Figure 5-45.
Figure 5-45 All Hosts view
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2. Browse to the Mapped Volumes tab, as shown in Figure 5-46.
Figure 5-46 Mapped volumes on an iSCSI host
The host details show you which volumes are mapped to the host. You also can see the
volume UID and the SCSI ID. In our example, one volume with SCSI ID 2 is mapped to the
host.
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3. Log on to your Windows 2008 host and click Start Administrative Tools iSCSI
Initiator to open the iSCSI Configuration tab, as shown in Figure 5-47.
Figure 5-47 Windows iSCSI Configuration tab
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4. Enter the IP address of one of the IBM Storwize V5000 iSCSI ports in the Target field at
the top of the panel and click Quick Connect, as shown in Figure 5-48.
Figure 5-48 iSCSI Quick Connect
iSCSI IP addresses: The iSCSI IP addresses are different for the cluster and canister
IP addresses. They are configured as described in Chapter 4, “Host configuration” on
page 153.
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The IBM Storwize V5000 initiator is discovered and connected, as shown in Figure 5-49.
Figure 5-49 iSCSI Initiator target is connected
5. Click Done to return to the iSCSI Initiator Properties window.
The storage disk is connected to your iSCSI host, but only a single path is used. To enable
multipathing for iSCSI targets, complete the following steps:
1. If MPIO is not already installed on your Windows 2008 host, follow the procedure that is
described in 4.2.1, “Windows 2008 R2: Preparing for FC attachment” on page 155. IBM
Sub System Device Driver is not required for iSCSI connectivity.

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