REST api = GET /api/network/ip/interfaces
Cannot see this API - "iscsi-interface-list-entry-info", closest I see is - "iscsi-interface-accesslist-get-iter" (but, this ONTAPI call does not have an equivalent REST API call.)
I think it is dash, not underscore.
Usage: This ONTAPI call can be issued against Storage VM (SVM) management LIFs.
I have a svm named svm0 , it has 2 iSCSI LIFs , As follows :
and a volume test is bound to svm0 , How to know which LIF is used by the test volume in the actual data transmission process ? Which API should be called to obtain the corresponding LIF IP
This command gives real-time status of connection activity.
::> vserver iscsi connection show -vserver <vserver>
REST: You can try this REST API:
Yes, that could be. Which ONTAP version you have ?
Looks like - ONTAP 9.8/9.9/9.10 ONTAPI to REST API mapping do not have equivalent REST API call for this.
This ONTAPI call does not have an equivalent REST API call.
However, ONTAP 9.11 & 9.12, I do see equivalent REST API call:
I have a problem and need your help，I don't know how to make it clear. It may make people feel confused. To put it simply, can I get the LIF of iscsi through the volume name?
This process can be very complex , For example, maybe need to call many apis, including volume, vserver, aggregate, iscsi, and net-interface. iscsi-connection-get-iter, This api requires login , If do not log in, can I get it ?
I think the initial query about 'where can I find the api document' is getting branched out to more queries, I think it would be better if you could create another thread with specific query such as - Can I get the LIF of iscsi through the volume name?
I am not sure if you could get this information without logging in and doing some sort of querying/scripting. However, what I like about iSCSI is that, with this protocol you have more control over which Target LIF will be used to connect to which LUN(Volume) with the help of 'portset' as igroup can only bind to one portset. For example- If I have volume name 'vol_mongodb_isci' and has a lun 'lun_vol_mongodb_isci', I can simply create a portset 'ps_lun_vol_mongodb_lif1' and this can be added to the igroup. Finally, you attach the igroup-->LUN. I guess Just by looking at the portset or 'igroup show' you can know which portset_volumes are attached to which LIF. Also, how you name each object also helps. Anyway, I think you probably wanting to know how to look up this information in the already setup environment. Short answer- Try posting this as a separate query, someone will have an answer to this.