I was wondering, how to use iSCSI targets for my personal purposes on Linux. Because I am planning deploy a Linux Server in my home for Web hosting, ftp server etc. and whole this stuff will be working behind of firewall and NAT.
After testing Open – E iSCSI, I decide this is great service of providing by Open-E on Linux.
But they say, Open-E iSCSI targets is not working behind of NAT now and they do not have plans to do this. This is really bad news 😦
Can I connect to Open-E iSCSI targets behind NAT?
To explain why iSCSI targets behind NAT can not be accessed
The only possible workaround is to create a VPN tunnel between Initiator and NAT. In this way the Open-E iSCSI targets can be seen as they would be in LAN.