Sorry, I read that but it just didn't click with me at the time. Mea culpa.
So I would have two NICs/teams on the storage server and only have iSCSI traffic on the one network/vlan. Let's say 10.1.0.0/24 is for my servers' regular traffic and 10.254.1.0/24 is my iSCSI network.
Is there a way to prevent a server from connecting to the iSCSI target via 10.1.0.0? I would want to make sure that traffic remains separate from any "Accidental" connections another admin may attempt.
With most other MS Server products (DNS, DHCP, Clustering) you can select which IPs should be utilized for this service in the MMC, and I'd figure this is similar, but I'm curious.
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