iSCSI VLANs cannot be added, edited, or
removed for an iSCSI-booted device.
Adding, editing, or removing iSCSI VLANs
requires a reboot.
Supports IEEE 802.1Q VLAN tagging only.
Supports a VLAN identifier range of 1 to
Up to 64 Ethernet VLANs can be defined for a
team or a single, non-teamed adapter.
Only one iSCSI VLAN can be defined on an HP
NC-Series Multifunction Gigabit Server Adapter.
VLANs cannot be defined for individual
adapters that are members of a team. VLAN definition must be done
at the team level.
If an adapter with VLANs is added to a team,
the VLANs defined for the adapter are deleted.
When a VLAN is defined for an adapter, the
properties of that adapter are modified, if necessary to allow
proper VLAN functionality. For example, 802.1p QoS must be enabled
on an adapter or team with VLANs. Likewise, when an adapter is
added to a team that has VLANs defined, then that adapter has
802.1p QoS enabled.
The VLAN defined as the 'Default VLAN'
cannot be deleted if more than one VLAN is defined for a team. For
example, if VLAN 1 needs to be deleted and it is defined as the
'Default VLAN', change the 'Default VLAN' to a different VLAN. VLAN
1 can then be deleted.
TOE and RSS are not supported for Windows
Server 2008 and Windows Sever 2008 x64 in this release.