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Using NAT During a Network Transition

We have a couple of hosts in a network where that network will be removed.  These hosts are NTP servers so there are many devices setup to talk to the IP Addresses of these NTP servers.  The network that the NTP servers are in is an interface vlan on a Nexus 7000 series with Release 6.2(8a).  The network that the NTP servers will move to is also an interface vlan on the same Nexus 7000.  I had thought that maybe the use of a NAT could be done to readdress these devices.  That way the network infrastructure that points to the old IP Addresses would still work and allow us time to get all the network infrastructure that points to these NTP servers changed.

From my research it appears that the NX-OS does not support NAT.  If NAT is not supported would there be another useful way to accomplish the readdressing?

Thanks in advance.


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You could try hanging an IOS

You could try hanging an IOS or ASA device off somewhere and hairpin-nat it.

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