Users may experience delays and frequent network drops on a repository that resides in an iSCSI storage area network (SAN).
iSCSI is a protocol that uses TCP to transport SCSI commands, enabling the use of the existing TCP/IP networking infrastructure as a SAN. The Microsoft iSCSI initiator enables users to connect a host computer that is running Windows Server to an external iSCSI-based storage array through an Ethernet network adapter. In order for an iSCSI network to function properly and to avoid any latency issues, Quest recommends users follow best practice guidelines for installing an iSCSI network.
Complete the following steps:
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