As you can see with the above routing table traffic attempts to travel over these routes:. Wednesday, November 23, 9: The route deletion failed: This is very important!! Remove From My Forums.
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Remove From My Forums. I agree that changing the routing metric on the interfaces is the solution.
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Software Loopback Interface 1 The easiest test is to just shutdown the port on the physical switch connected to the first vmhba and then see if the failover works. If system will keep binding the default route to this interface even if we empty the gateway entry on this interface ,we might also try to change the interface binding to make the interface My issue is that the iSCSI networks show up in the routing table like iwcsi Saturday, May 23, Echo off Rem fixes iscsi route problem as shown below: New design for GabesVirtualWorld.
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Dependent hardware iSCSI adapter on ESXi5
I was asked to configure the dependent hardware iSCSI nics. I insured that my DHCP server gave out no default gateway entry. Right click the vSwitch, choose properties. I had to first determine the “interface number” of the NICs from the route print command:.
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Edited inteel Max Saturday, May 23, I was able to delete them manually from the command line. Then I can type:. By continuing to browse this site, you agree to this use. Next check in the network adapters list to what vmnic this is linked, in this example vmnic2.
Thursday, November 24, 7: Proposed as answer by Samsonitered Wednesday, November 5, 4: This makes me assume that there isn’t a “fix” for it, only the workaround. Proposed as answer by Samsonitered Tuesday, November 4, 3: OK, I figured out how to manually delete iscsii entries.
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Sunday, November 27, 1: I had to first determine the “interface number” of the NICs from the route print command: