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What's the output from "ifconfig -a" show on the 7120?
Can you snoop the interface(s) from the 7120 and see if the packets are getting there? And if they are, are responses getting sent?
Are all the other connections identical between the various storage devices? Same switch? Same switch port configs? If everything else is the same, yeah, I think I'd try simplifying things by dropping LACP and seeing if I could get it to work in a simpler configuration first.
In the end, it turned out to be that the port-channel interface on the Dell did not have jumbo MTU set. I did the following to set it:
interface port-channel 1
copy run start
At that point, both interfaces in the port channel got shutdown for some reason, the 7120 showed its 2 SAN interfaces as down too.
So, I did a:
When the interfaces and port-channel came back up, I was able to vmkping -d -s 8972 to the target IP address, and from windows a ping -f -l 8972 worked. I am able to scan and see iSCSI targets now.
Edited by: ziffsis on Jan 31, 2013 10:51 AM