|Is there anything that needs to change for the software service|
when the associated network interfaces are changed from a single connection
to an LACP trunk
|Is there anything physically changed in the packet that DC RUM|
needs to be configured for
DC RUM works mostly at layer 3 and up, so IP addresses.
LACP is done at layer 2, DC RUM will typically have no idea of any change.
The thing to look out for, is how you capture the data, if a SPAN port is used, and you're spanning just one port (instead of a whole VLAN), you may need to add any extra ports you are using the LACP, so we still get all the data. If there's multiple switches involved, that will need to be considered in the SPAN planning too.
If you're using physical taps, change may be required there too.