Question about VCS VM Serial and migration from HW
We are in the process of migrating some of our VCS (C and E) appliances to VMware (specs based).
I know that when you install the VCS VM, a serial number is generated (for option and release keys).
My question is - can anything cause this serial number to change after installation (such as moving the host, changing VLAN ID or IP address)?
We are planning to install the VM's on a "Deadnet" with the real IP addresses, restore the database from the physical hosts, then move the VMs onto the "Real" VM infrastructure for the cutover. Will the serial change during any of these processes, affecting option keys etc?
If so, any reccomendations to avoid this while still being able to quickly cut between the hardware appliances and the VMs?
Don't think a change of vLan would affect the serial number. However, changing anything about the NIC cards themselves would. That happened to use at first, luckily enough it was before the release and option keys were generated for what was the original serial number. Moving the VM to another host and not using VMotion would affect the serial number as well.
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