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SNS Hal

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  1. The single port Ellipse PCIX FCHBA are built on the LSI 7104XP-LC series FCHBA. Though the LSI documentation claims backwards compatibility with 32-bit PCI, this is not the recommended configuration. There are a few things we suggest you check. The single and dual port cards use about 7.5Watts @ 3.3v. Please check your motherboard documentation to see if enough power will be available. The PCI bus will only move as fast as the slowest card using it. You may want to uninstall other cards and see if you can establish a link. For reference, the LED near the port is color coded depending on the link being made. White/Light Blue = powered but not linked, Blue = 4G, Green = 2G, Amber = 1G. 3.3V 64-bit 133 MHz PCI-X Again, we do not recommend this configuration, and no testing has been done with that environment. We recommend asking LSI for a more detailed answer about compatibility - http://www.lsi.com/support/Pages/submitsupportrequest.aspx
  2. netadvanced, feel free to open a support ticket at http://www.studionetworksolutions.com/support/ Please note we also strongly advise against using WiFi with globalSAN. If you were to lose your wifi signal while it's supporting a file system over iSCSI, that would be similar to unplugging a USB disk without first unmounting it, which can lead to data corruption.
  3. Using EditShare and DAVE alongside SANmp

    Hi Bill, Just noting here that the issue did not reproduce and storage was presented and accessible. Please let us know if you run into any more trouble.
  4. Using EditShare and DAVE alongside SANmp

    Hi Bill, We've opened a support ticket for you and would like to schedule a remote session to investigate these symptoms. Please check your email and reply to the ticket (203507) when you get a chance.
  5. Hi David, We've opened a support ticket for you and would like to schedule a remote session to investigate these symptoms. Please check your email and reply to the ticket (203478) when you get a chance.
  6. Hi Pwalkour, In order for Mac and Windows workstations to each connect to the same storage, you will need to use some sort of translation software on any differently formatted workstations, such as MacDrive for Windows, or Paragon for Mac. Are you using any kind of volume-locking software, such as SANmp? Please know that accessing iSCSI storage from multiple computers at the same time without any protective software in place will corrupt your storage. Also, we have not announced official support for globalSAN with 10.8 yet, but are interested in feedback to help us toward that end. You can keep up to date with our product announcements here. If you like, you're also welcome to open up a Support Ticket.
  7. Once connected to your target, you'll find a checkbox for "persistent" next to the address in the pane on the right. If you check that box, globalSAN will reconnect after reboot. You can see it in action here:
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