I am planning to move about 150-200 servers to a new network environment. At present the IP address range is 172.22.x.x we are moving to 10.64.x.x. I need a way to decouple clients from the existing range. We provide many ways for clients to connect to our services. The internet, extranet via TNS and BT Radianz. Some of our properitary applications have IP address information hardcoded into them. I am thinking that I can use NAT to say if you are targeting say 172.22.150.1 you should be redirected to 10.64.1.1? Is this the best way to do this?
NAT will going to be a good solution but provided all your servers to which clients will access are behind some router which supports NAT. I mean clients are seperated from servers subnet and there is some router between them.
If your network design has some routers between servers and clients configuring NAT will going to be a good solution I believe so.
With OSPF enabled you might get into a lots of problem with secondry addresses as OPSF doesnot form adjacency over the secondry addresses. You have to really give it a big thought to get to the final plan.
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