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 === Install and configure the software === Install and configure the software
 On SLES or other suse core versions iSCSI is installed through yast. Start yast and go to Network Services -> iSCSI initiator: On SLES or other suse core versions iSCSI is installed through yast. Start yast and go to Network Services -> iSCSI initiator:
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 After you've selected this you might get a warning to install the software first. If so, follow the prompts to install. In case you have the proper [[suseinstallationupdateserver|installation servers]] selected this will give no problems. After the installation you'll see this screen: After you've selected this you might get a warning to install the software first. If so, follow the prompts to install. In case you have the proper [[suseinstallationupdateserver|installation servers]] selected this will give no problems. After the installation you'll see this screen:
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 The iSCSI initiator name is the name you need to configure on the target to be allowed to contact the iSCSI target. You also might want to change the Service Start from '​Manual'​ (default) to 'When booting'​. The iSCSI initiator name is the name you need to configure on the target to be allowed to contact the iSCSI target. You also might want to change the Service Start from '​Manual'​ (default) to 'When booting'​.
 After you've setup the iSCSI target to allow the iSCSI initiator to connect you can discover the device and connect to it. To do so, go to Discovered Targets and select Discovery. Fill in the ip-address of the target, and click next. If everything is going well, you'll receive the targets your initiator can connect to. Select the target you want to connect to and select 'Log In'. Fill in, if desired, the authentication credentials and select Next. If everything went fine you now have a connected target: After you've setup the iSCSI target to allow the iSCSI initiator to connect you can discover the device and connect to it. To do so, go to Discovered Targets and select Discovery. Fill in the ip-address of the target, and click next. If everything is going well, you'll receive the targets your initiator can connect to. Select the target you want to connect to and select 'Log In'. Fill in, if desired, the authentication credentials and select Next. If everything went fine you now have a connected target:
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 Note that the Start-UP default is manual. Select '​Toggle Start-Up'​ to change this. Note that the Start-UP default is manual. Select '​Toggle Start-Up'​ to change this.
 To use the storage simply go to Partitioner and partition your newly added storage: To use the storage simply go to Partitioner and partition your newly added storage:
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 = iSCSI and VMware = iSCSI and VMware
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