While constructing the HCK environment to test an external iSCSi raid array, I placed the iSNS server on the
HCK test computer (client). I am asking because I started to test the configuration by running a simple manual
ping test from the HCK. While the test computer is pingable from many machines within the lab the test waits during
the "Echo" test. Currently my configuration consists of only a domain server, the HCK controller (Test server), the client(test computer) and the storage array.
OS=Windows Server 2008 R2 Standard
ServicePack="Service Pack 1"
Language=English (US) (REDMOND)
iSCSI Ping Compliance Test Version 0.9.0
Copyright (c) 2003 Microsoft Corporation
TESTING DEVICE iqn.1999-01.com.mycompany:mytesttarget: IP Address: 10.50.44.116
MAC Address: 00:1B:21:BB:5E:98
TEST 1: Echo Reply Test
Start: ASSERTION 1.1 Echo Reply Functionality Test WDKTUID: f0e221bd-c4da-11da-9
End: Pass, ASSERTION 1.1 Echo Reply Functionality Test WDKTUID: f0e221bd-c4da-11
da-94f4-00123f3a6b60, TUID=, Repro=iscsi_pingtest.exe -target -hct -v 1
TEST 2: Echo Test
Start: ASSERTION 2.1 Echo Functionality Test WDKTUID: f0e221be-c4da-11da-94f4-00
Please issue a 5 ping requests to 10.50.44.126. The test will wait 60 seconds f
or the first ping packet to arrive and no more than 5 seconds for subsequent pac
While looking in the HCK Manager, I noticed errors stating there are not enough resources available.
Not enough Resources available in ready
state for smart scheduling to be tried.
Enough machines are not available in the
machine pool to satisfy the minimum requirements of the job. Check the scheduler
errors to find the machine status.