iSCSI protocol is an interface that allows connecting to the remote virtual or physical devices via the network. Using iSCSI Initiator embedded in DAEMON Tools, you can work with any remote image shared on iSCSI Target. This feature is a part of iSCSI paid group. To find out more, go to the activation page.
To use a remote image or device, click icon on the toolbar.
- Choose Add option from the contextual menu of iSCSI Targets catalog:
- Enter the server's IP address or name and type the Port. Leave default port number — 3260 — if it hasn't been changed on the server.
- The server was successfully added. Click triangle near it to expand the targets that are available on this server. Each server has a contextual menu:
* **Remove** option allows you to delete the server from the list. Also, you can remove server by clicking ![iSCSI Targets](/static/ico_delete.png) icon in the toolbar or using the hotkeys — ⌘ \+ Backspace. * **Refresh** option checks the availability of the server and its targets.
- Each target has its contextual menu, which consists of the following items:
* **Connect** option allows you to get an access to the shared device. If you are already connected to this target, then this option will change to Disconnect. Also, you can connect to the target by double-clicking on it or by clicking on ![iSCSI Targets](/static/ico_mount.png) icon in the toolbar. * **Get Info** option opens a small window with the most important information about the target. * **Export** option saves information about a target to the file. * **Refresh** option checks the availability of the target.
The remote target appears like an ordinary image: