I have a NAS device with 2 iSCSI LUNs.
These LUNs will only ever be used with one server so no switch is involved. I simply ran a Cat6 cable from a 10GbE port on the Server to a 10GbE port on the NAS.
From the Windows Server, I launch the iSCSI initiator, enter the IP address of the NAS and it finds both targets. I was able to connect to the first one.
When I launch the iSCSI Initiator again, entering the same IP address (for the NAS), now the list shows both Targets; one says 'Connected' and the other one says 'Inactive'
I select the one that says 'Inactive' and click Connect. After about some time I get an error message 'Unable to login to the target'
Does each iSCSI LUN need to have its own IP address on the same subnet? (Remember in this scenario, there are 2 LUNs on one Synology NAS)