We are attempting to use SN5420's as a front-end to our SAN, and have no problems mapping LUN's through it.
However, when attempting to connect to the targets through the MS ISCSI initiator or with an Intel Pro1000/T Storage Adapter, we get "unsupported initiator version" errors. This issue appears both on Win2K and Win2K3. The only successful connection we've made so far is with the 2.1.x Cisco ISCSI driver through a regular NIC.
We are thinking about using the Adaptec TOE card, but I'd like to see if anyone out there has a good "recipie" for the SN5420 to work with a good TOE card on W2K/W2K3.
I understand that the SN5420 is end of life, but it would be a shame to ditch it due to driver incompatibilities.
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