Cluster Access IP Address is the address that enables clients to access shares and iSCSI Targets. The greatest advantage is that this address is shared by both HA cluster systems. If any of this servers fail – network clients will still be able to access ressources without noticing the difference.
- Cluster Shares and iSCSI Targets will not be available for client connections until you create an Access IP Address for the Cluster Drive
- You may create more than one Access IP Address pointing to a Cluster Drive
- Access IP Address can only point to one cluster drive
- The IP Address must be in the Corporate Network
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