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Huawei SAN Storage Host Connectivity Guide for Windows

HUAWEI SAN Storage Host Connectivity Guide for Windows Servers
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Fabric-Attached iSCSI Connections

Fabric-Attached iSCSI Connections

Huawei provides dual-controller and multi-controller storage systems, which connect to Windows hosts through Ethernet switches in different ways.

Two-Controller Storage

The following uses Huawei OceanStor 5500 V3 as an example to explain how to connect a Windows host to a two-controller storage system through iSCSI multi-path connections using an Ethernet switch, as shown in Figure 3-7.

Figure 3-7 Fabric-attached iSCSI multi-path connections (two-controller storage)

NOTE:

In this connection diagram, two controllers of the storage system and two ports of the Windows host network adapter are connected to the Ethernet switch through network cables. IP addresses of the ports on the storage and host are in the same subnet, ensuring connectivity between the host ports and the storage.

Table 3-8 IP address plan for fabric-attached iSCSI multi-path connections (two-controller storage)

Port Name

Port Description

IP Address

Subnet Mask

Host.P0

Connects the Windows host to Controller A on the storage system.

192.168.5.5

255.255.255.0

Host.P1

Connects the Windows host to Controller B on the storage system.

192.168.6.5

255.255.255.0

Storage.A.P0

Connects Controller A on the storage system to the Windows host.

192.168.5.6

255.255.255.0

Storage.B.P0

Connects Controller B on the storage system to the Windows host.

192.168.6.6

255.255.255.0

NOTE:

IP addresses in this table are for reference only. Plan IP addresses based on site requirements.

Multi-Controller Storage

The following uses Huawei OceanStor 18800 V3 (four-controller) as an example to explain how to connect a Windows host to a multi-controller storage system through iSCSI multi-path connections using an Ethernet switch, as shown in Figure 3-8.

Figure 3-8 Fabric-attached iSCSI multi-path connections (four-controller storage)

NOTE:

In this connection diagram, four controllers of the storage system and four ports of the Windows host network adapters are connected to the Ethernet switch through network cables. IP addresses of the ports on the storage and host are in the same subnet, ensuring connectivity between the host ports and the storage.

Table 3-9 IP address plan for fabric-attached iSCSI multi-path connections (four-controller storage)

Port Name

Port Description

IP Address

Subnet Mask

Host.P0

Connects the Windows host to Controller A on the storage system.

192.168.5.5

255.255.255.0

Host.P1

Connects the Windows host to Controller B on the storage system.

192.168.6.5

255.255.255.0

Host.P2

Connects the Windows host to Controller C on the storage system.

192.168.7.5

255.255.255.0

Host.P3

Connects the Windows host to Controller D on the storage system.

192.168.8.5

255.255.255.0

Storage.A.P0

Connects Controller A on the storage system to the Windows host.

192.168.5.6

255.255.255.0

Storage.B.P0

Connects Controller B on the storage system to the Windows host.

192.168.6.6

255.255.255.0

Storage.C.P0

Connects Controller C on the storage system to the Windows host.

192.168.7.6

255.255.255.0

Storage.D.P0

Connects Controller D on the storage system to the Windows host.

192.168.8.6

255.255.255.0

NOTE:

IP addresses in this table are for reference only. Plan IP addresses based on site requirements.

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Updated: 2019-08-22

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