Has anyone experienced this error?  I have no firewall, no SELinux
running, etc.  The iSCSI target should be fine as windows clients were
able to utilize the sanfly targets before (or ones like it).

Is there a howto or directions I can follow?  Can I not do a discovery
and just connect to it directly? What commands should I be using?  I
followed the directions at: 

and always run into this error.  Any help you can provide or potential
howtos you can point me to is greatly appreciated!

On May 27, 7:02 pm, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
> As the title says, I get this error when I try to find iscsi targets.
> I cannot for the life of me get open-iscsi to work and always get this
> error.  I am trying to connect to a working sanfly iscsi target from
> either RHEL 5.1 client or the latest ubuntu.
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