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vSAN Health Service - vSAN iSCSI target service – Network configuration (2147602)

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This article explains the vSAN iSCSI target service – Network configuration check in the vSAN Health Service and provides details about why it might report an error.

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Q: What does the vSAN iSCSI target service – Network configuration check do?
This health check verifies whether the network configuration of the vSAN iSCSI target service is valid.



Q: What does it mean when it is in an error state?

This health check validates the presence of the default vmknic for the vSAN iSCSI target service, and verifies that all the existing targets have valid vmknic configurations.

Q: How does one troubleshoot and fix the error state?
Verify that the default vmknic and the target vmknics are present and that they are configured correctly.

To configure the default vmknic, select Cluster > Configure > Virtual SAN > General > Virtual SAN iSCSI Target Service and click the Edit button. You also can run the esxcli vsan iscsi defaultconfig set  command on the host.

To configure the target vmknics in the iSCSI Targets table, select Cluster > Configure > Virtual SAN > iSCSI Targets, or run the esxcli vsan iscsi target set on the host.

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