Yeah, they have the correct addresses. I think the reason they want to do it in spurts is because we have about 100 servers (70 physical, 30 VMs), and they would like to do it in a phased approach. I've told them that I believed when we moved the address off of VLAN1 and moved it to the new vlan, nothing would work until we added all of the servers to the VLAN as access ports.
Oh, since you responded, I went back to my original migration thing. :-)
I told them today that starting with printers may be the safer bet, so they can see what should happen.
Hi everyone, I would like to thank you in advance for any help you can provide a newcomer like myself!
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