I'm getting a little consfused about what is required to get this working. I know in ucsm 2.0 isci boot is supported, and isci vnics became an option -- however does it depend which mezz card you have?
For example, I see in different mezz card descriptions they specicially support iscsi boot -- like the Intel 82589 or Broadcom 57711. I don't see such a claim for the palo card (m81kr).
Is the ability to do iscsi boot a function of the NIC, or is is possible on all mezz cards after an upgrade to 2.0. I was under the impression you need an iscsi hardware initiatior to get this to work, so I was thinking only particular mezz cards can support this.
Any info to clear this up for me is greatly appreciated!
Was looking at the data sheets and couldn't find that bit of info the for palo card. Was googling a bit, but got some conflicting info -- like the Intel card on Intel's website supports iscsi boot, but from your response, it's not supported and/or utilized (perhaps since most people dont have that mezz card).
Is that listed in any data sheet? Just asking so I know where to look in the future.
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