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  1. I recently upgraded my mac to El Capitan and lost connection to my DroboElite. It was connected directly from my mac with an ethernet cable. It appears that Drobo no longer supports iSCSI connection for this legacy product with the current Drobo Dashboard that works with El Capitan. I've installed globalSAN iSCSI Initiator but the software needs the IP address to target it. Since my computer cannot find it, I do not have the IP address. I have checked my router table for IP addresses but it's not on there (I suspect because it's wired directly to the computer rather than the router). Can someone suggest how I will be able to get the IP address? Thanks.
  2. Hi, is anyone using the globalSAN iSCSI initiator with a DroboPro? I am noticing here some strange behaviors. 1. Dashboard does not connect Drobo 2. globalSAN warns that erro detection is not enabled on Drobo 3. benchmark tools like Blackmagick Disk Speed report an read error 4. CarbonCopyCloner warns that Mac OS X reported an disk i/o error Copying files from or to Drobo using Finder or other backup tool seems to work w/o any problems. And when connecting through fw or usb i do not see this behavior, only when using the globalSAN iSCSI initiator. So are there others using DroboPro with the initiator? Are you seeing the same? Regards, Matthias