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So we purchased an Dell Equallogic 4100 SAN and I have the privilege of connecting our 2 RHEL 5.1 R3 Oracle Financial servers to it with Multipath. I have 3 NICs on the server:

ETH0 = 60.60.60.88/24 GW:60.60.60.1 (LAN)

ETH2 = 40.40.40.24/24 (SAN)

ETH3 = 40.40.40.25/24 (SAN)

The ETH0 is wired into the LAN switch and ETH2 and ETH3 are wired to the SAN switches (DELL 6224s stacked and configured for iSCSI)

I have bound the NICs to the initiator interfaces i created:

iscsiadm --mode iface --op=update --interface iscsi-0 --name=iface.net_ifacename --value=eth3

iscsiadm --mode iface --op=update --interface iscsi-1 --name=iface.net_ifacename --value=eth2

but for some reason, I cannot reach the SAN on 40.40.40.101 when doing a discovery! I cannot ping the SAN using a default ping, but when I specify an interface:

ping 40.40.40.101 -I eth3

it does reply.

How do set priority for the iscsi traffic to be bound to the ETH2 and ETH3 interfaces?

I can give more information if needed, I just didn't know what other information I could put on here to help.

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post the output of ip r l –  dyasny Apr 11 '12 at 20:55
    
40.40.40.0/24 dev eth2 proto kernel scope link src 40.40.40.24 40.40.40.0/24 dev eth3 proto kernel scope link src 40.40.40.25 60.60.60.0/24 dev eth0 proto kernel scope link src 60.60.60.88 169.254.0.0/16 dev eth3 scope link default via 60.60.60.1 dev eth0 –  sirbishop Apr 12 '12 at 16:00

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