Removing VLAN's from FWSM and how it affects connectivity
I'm adding a second post in this section in case I miss the right folks.
I have several production VLAN's that I am going to be removing from the FWSM. I wanted to see if anyone out there had real life experience of the effects and connectivity issues (if any) during the removal of the VLAN's from the FWSM. How much connectivity loss and downtime should I expect during the removal of the VLAN's from the FWSM back to the switch?
I'm talking about connectivity within each of the VLAN's I'm removing and connectivity to/from the other parts of the network and VLAN's I'm removing.
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