They called standard Port Group that is configured in the standard vSwitch, directly inside the ESXi host and in this list, you can see number of associated Hosts and connected VMs to each of them. To export them you can do it via the following PowerCLI:
Name, VirtualSwitch, VLanId | |
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Port groups for standard switches are stored at the host level, not centrally in vCenter (as would be the case with port groups in distributed switches) - so you should just be able to migrate your hosts to your new vCenter.
Thus, when I add the hosts to the new vCenter then all of them added automatically?
Exactly however if the host ever dies and needs to rebuilt, you will need to manually reconfigure them all from scratch