Hi, we need to plan a migration from the ACE 20 module running in the Cat 6509 chassis to a different appliance based load-balancer. I have a few SVC vlans created on the switch which will be moved to that new load-balancer . Those svc vlans are -
6509-SW1#show svclc vlan-group
Display vlan-groups created by both ACE module and FWSM commands
Group Created by vlans ----- ---------- ----- 100 ACE 2000,2100-2103,2105,2109-2110,2112-2115,2117-2120
My question is - Do I need to remove them from the switch`s svclc vlan-group config in order to migrate them? So these vlans would now be trunked towards a different LB appliance.
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