Why are vLan Numbers NOT used in vNIC migration out of pool....
We have seven virtual lans and each of course has a unique vLan number.
Two XCP-ng hosts that are not in the same pool, but have the same vLans.
Each virtual machine has multiple vLans.
When migrating a VM from one pool to another pool, the network interfaces become messed up and always fails unless all of the virtual NICs are disabled in the VM.
Since each virtual NIC on each VM has a unique numeric vLan number, is there a way to tell the systems to prioritize the matching algorithm based on numeric vLan id?