Displaying the iSCSI target alias
The target alias is an optional name for the iSCSI target consisting of a text string with a maximum of 128 characters. It is displayed by an initiator's user interface to make it easier for someone to identify the desired target in a list of targets.
Adding or changing the iSCSI target alias
You can change the target alias or clear the alias at any time without disrupting existing sessions. The new alias is sent to the initiators the next time they log in to the target.
iSCSI interface access management Although you can use the iscsi interface enable command to enable the iSCSI service on an iSCSI interface, this command enables access for all initiators. As of Data ONTAP 7.3, you can use access lists to control the interfaces over which an initiator can access the storage system.