Why does an iSCSI initiator keep trying to establish a connection to a storage array although the related iSCSI host port can be pinged through?

The cause of this situation is that the 3620 port is suppressed, resulting in that the iSCSI initiator cannot be connected to the storage system. For security reasons, the hardware firewalls on networks, software firewalls on hosts, or other security software suppress certain ports. To rectify the fault, you simply need to remove the suppression on port 3620.

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