SVI Interfaces are supposedly for communication between the MSFC and the ACE. So the command
interface vlan 250 configured on the 6500 Switch would enable SVI on the MSFC.
In our setup we have multiple contexts on the ACE and our VPN box sits behind an inside switch.
The VLAN defined for the outside VPN interface is say 200... so why would we define a SVI interface.. interface vlan 200 on the 6500 switch which is actually our border that connects to the Internet.
Is it because it should be routable from the Internet?
If so what is the difference between an SVI Interface (Connection between a switch and ACE) and VLAN L3 interface