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-ding from gPXE ===+This error usually indicates that the iSCSI target IQN does not exist, or that the iSCSI initiator is not permitted to access the iSCSI target. 
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 +  * Check that the target IQN given in the iSCSI root path is correct. 
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 +  * Check that the iSCSI target is responding to the specified IQN. 
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 +  * Check the ACL for the iSCSI target. ​ Note that [[:​appnote:​iscsi_targets|some targets]] default to denying access; you may need to explicitly enable access for the [[:​cfg:​initiator-iqn|initiator IQN]] used by iPXE. 
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 +=== Upgrading ​from gPXE ===
  
 If you have upgraded from gPXE to iPXE, and if you are not setting an explicit [[:​cfg:​initiator-iqn|iSCSI initiator IQN]] using DHCP option 203 (or an iPXE [[:​scripting|script]]),​ then you should be aware that the default iSCSI initiator IQN has [[http://​git.ipxe.org/​ipxe.git/​commit/​960dee6|changed]] to If you have upgraded from gPXE to iPXE, and if you are not setting an explicit [[:​cfg:​initiator-iqn|iSCSI initiator IQN]] using DHCP option 203 (or an iPXE [[:​scripting|script]]),​ then you should be aware that the default iSCSI initiator IQN has [[http://​git.ipxe.org/​ipxe.git/​commit/​960dee6|changed]] to
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 For example, if your DHCP server specifies a hostname of ''​winxp-diskless.example.com'',​ then iPXE will use the iSCSI initiator IQN ''​iqn.2010-04.org.ipxe:​winxp-diskless.example.com''​. ​ If your DHCP server does not specify a hostname, then iPXE will use an initiator IQN based on your system UUID, such as ''​iqn.2010-04.org.ipxe:​d513a93e-a0a2-477e-9f46-b2d5c79bc2be''​. For example, if your DHCP server specifies a hostname of ''​winxp-diskless.example.com'',​ then iPXE will use the iSCSI initiator IQN ''​iqn.2010-04.org.ipxe:​winxp-diskless.example.com''​. ​ If your DHCP server does not specify a hostname, then iPXE will use an initiator IQN based on your system UUID, such as ''​iqn.2010-04.org.ipxe:​d513a93e-a0a2-477e-9f46-b2d5c79bc2be''​.
  
-You may need to update your ACL rules to use the correct iSCSI initiator IQN used by iPXE, rather than the old gPXE IQN ''​iqn.2000-09.org.etherboot:​UNKNOWN''​.Ñ+You may need to update your ACL rules to use the correct iSCSI initiator IQN used by iPXE, rather than the old gPXE IQN ''​iqn.2000-09.org.etherboot:​UNKNOWN''​.
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