1000v port profiles and vethernet interface changes
In a 1000v when I create a port profile and apply it to the vm server in VMware I see that it creates a vethernet interface which inherits the port profile automatically. Is it possible to edit the vethernet interface in the cli to modify or change the port profile or must all changes to the vethernet interface be made in VMware?
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