Solaris 10 8/07: This Solaris release provides support for the Internet Storage Name Service (iSNS) protocol in the Solaris iSCSI target and initiator software. The iSNS protocol allows for the automated discovery, management, and configuration of iSCSI devices on a TCP/IP network.
In this Solaris release, you can use the iscsitadm command to add access to an existing third-party iSNS server or you can user the Solaris iSNS server to automatically discover the iSCSI devices in your network. The iSNS server can be specified by hostname or IP address. After you add the iSNS server information, you will need to enable access to the server.
See the following resources for step-by-step instructions:
For information about configuring the Solaris iSCSI target to use a third-party iSNS server, see Chapter 14, Configuring Oracle Solaris iSCSI Targets and Initiators (Tasks) and iscsitadm(1M).
For information about configuring the Solaris iSCSI target with a Solaris iSNS server in the Solaris Express release, see Chapter 15, Configuring and Managing the Solaris Internet Storage Name Service (iSNS), in System Administration Guide: Devices and File Systems.