Here is our second Support Insider Live episode of tips straight from the mouths of our front-line Technical Support Engineers!
This episode features Kiwi Ssennyonjo talking about iSCSI port binding. Port binding is used in iSCSI when multiple VMkernel ports for iSCSI reside in the same broadcast domain and IP subnet to allow multiple paths to an iSCSI array that broadcasts a single IP address.
In three minutes Kiwi gives us the real deal when approaching this configuration issue.
Additional information relating to iSCSI Port Binding can be found in KB article:
Considerations for using software iSCSI port binding in ESX/ESXi (2038869).
Read all about our new Support Insider Live video series here.