238 Script Commands
Set iSCSI Target Properties
This command defines properties for an iSCSI target.
set iscsiTarget [“iscsiID”]
(authenticationMethod=(none | chap) |
NOTE: Challenge Handshake Authentication Protocol (CHAP) is a protocol that
authenticates the peer of a connection. CHAP is based upon the peers sharing a
“secret.” A secret is a security key that is similar to a password.
NOTE: Use the
parameter only for initiators requiring mutual
is a descriptive name that you can give to the target to help
make it easier to identify. You can use any combination of alphanumeric characters,
hyphens, and underscores for the
can have a maximum
of 30 characters.
iSCSIID The iSCSI target for which you want to
set properties. Enclose the name in
double quotation marks (“ ”). You must
also enclose the iscsiID in either square
brackets ([ ]) or angle brackets (< >).
authenticationMethod The means of authenticating your iSCSI
chapSecret The password that you want to use to
authenticate a peer connection.
targetAlias The name that you want to use for the
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