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iSCSI SAN for Mac OS X
SuperSAN X

KernSafe SuperSAN is an advanced and powerful iSCSI Target software for Mac OS X, which can quickly make MacPro, iMac, Mac Mini and even MacBook Pro become iSCSI SAN. Being a full-featured iSCSI SAN software which supports powerful authorization methods include CHAP, Mutual CHAP and IP Address authorization, SuperSAN not only supports a variety of media types such as Standard Image File, VHD, volumes, and physical disks, but also support many features for enterprise such as SCSI-3 for clustering, Synchronous / Asynchronous Replication, High Availability, Snapshot and CDP. The product is an ideal choice for storage solution in enterprise and home user.

The SuperSAN X, iSCSI SAN for Mac OS X is a ported version from Windows iSCSI SAN, which is fully compatible with Windows iSCSI SAN, and supports almost all features of iStorage Server, user can follow all white paper list here:

To use SuperSAN X is very easy, you need a Mac OS X to run SuperSAN x core service, and then use a Windows desktop to remote manage it.

1. Install SuperSAN X:

Download SuperSAN X from KernSafe website and then click the SuperSAN.dmg, Mac OS X will mount it as an virtual disk.

Double click SuperSAN icon and run the installer.

Follow the setup wizard to finish Install.



Step3, Input root access credential.

Finish Installation.

2. Remote Management.

In windows, run KernSafe iSCSI SAN management console, click Server->Add another server...

In the popup up Windows, type the IP address of your Mac OS X, and then click the OK button.

After added the server, you can do anything by following white paper or user's manual, and we highly recommend you to change password for the remote management. Click the setting buttons, user can modify management password in the following window: 

2. WEB Management.

After installed Storage Center, launch any WEB browser and then navigate to:


default credentials are:



Then user can follow the user's guide to manage iSCSI SAN through WEB browser.

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