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  1. Hi, I'm trying to use the globalSAN iSCSI Initiator on a PowerBook running 10.4.9 to connect to a Solaris box (it's running Nevada b61). When I connect from the MacOS X host I get as far as logging in and a session shows up in the globalSAN iSCSI Initiator window. However, I can't find any device on the PB so I can't use the target. I'm assuming I should be able to see something in Disk Utility at this point. On the target host there is no indication of a connection from the initiator on the MacOS X host. I'm pretty sure I've successfully set up the target host because I can access targets from another Solaris machine (Solaris10u3). Another thing is that discovery on the PowerBook doesn't seem to work. No target was found on the target host. In order to initiate a connection I had to type in the iSCSI target name by hand. Krister