Currently our VSAN ID and FCoE VLAN ID are exactly the same, 1. In order to update the firmware on our fabric interconnects, I need to change one or the other with the FCoE VLAN ID being the most likely choice. When our VSAN was created in UCSM, it was created as 1 shared VSAN rather than one VSAN for fabric A and another for fabric B. I was told that if I change the FCoE VLAN ID, it's going to cause a short blip due to the way the VSAN was created. Has this ever happened to anyone and if so, what was your experience? How long of an outage can I expect from this change?
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