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Need to Re-Address a Site SEQUENCE of steps ?

Hi,

I need to Re-address a site New Ip add for router interface, server, printer and adding a new subnet to site replacing a older subnet with bigger subnet which is already in production what should be my sequence of steps that I should follow if some thing goes wrong I can quickly revert back to old config and other precautions if any ?

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Re: Need to Re-Address a Site SEQUENCE of steps ?

For router interface, use the "ip address x.x.x.x y.y.y.y SECONDARY". It also pays to put a loopback IP Address (subnet mask of /32) too.

For the rest, unless you want a static IP Address, you can create a new DHCP scope on your DHCP server.

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