I am taking over a network that already has a Cisco ACE installed and i have a couple of questions.
The cisco ACE is conected to our core switch in our data center. All four ports on the cisco ace are setup in a channel-group. The Port Channel Interface is setup as a trunk and vlan 16,19,24,25 and 29 are allowed.
VLAN 16 - Is used for the management of the device
VLAN 19 - Is currently assigned to the 5 servers that run one of our applications
VLAN 25 - Is were the Virtual IP address for servers.
vlan 24 and 29 aren't really used at this time looks like they are setup for future use.
My question is, if i wanted to load balance 2 different servers running a different application, that are currentlly assigned ips on VLAN 8. Do I have to change the ip's on those 2 servers' so they can run on VLAN 19? Or can i just leave them on VLAN 8 and setup a new virtual context and allow them on the Port Channel Interface, or will this cause problems with the other 100 servers that are on vlan 8.
I guess I am wondering why there was a specfic vlan created for the 5 servers that are now going through the Load Balancer and why they didn't just leave all the servers on VLAN 8 and only setup the ones you need to be load balanced.
I have never worked on the ACE before so my question may sound a little werid.
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