What is the recommendation or best practice for the Admin context? For example, is recommend use it only for FT configuration?
In the same context, the ACE module can work in bridge mode and routing mode? (Obviously with different vlans)
About redundancy, what configuration is made in the standby module? I suppose that the only configuration needed is the standby context and the FT related configuration (FT track, FT peer, FT group and FT interface).
What is the resource limits recommendation for the standby context in FT?
During the configuration of ACE in routing mode, there is any interruption in the network? Is necessary having a maintance window?
In the begging the clients, servers and the default gateway are in a vlan (suppose vlan 10). The default gateway is a SVI in the c6500.
When I configure the ACE module in bridge mode, I create a new vlan in Layer 2 (again suppose vlan 20). And move the clients to a new vlan (vlan 20) and leave the servers in the old vlan (vlan 10) and configure the ACE for bridge these two vlans.
But the default gateway still is the SVI in the c6500 in the vlan 10.
How the clients keep in contact with their default gateway?
The IP address configured in the ACE's BVI interface is the new default gateway of the clients? Or the ACE's VIP?
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