We have Cisco 3700 series router with 1 ethernet and 1 serial interface.
We are going to make major changes in our production data center and it will take several days to be completed.
What we'd like to do is to redirect all traffic to our production ERP system to our DR site by changing destination ip address. For example;
all users from 10.0.0.0 network trying to access 220.127.116.11. We don't want user to modify current configuration on their workstation to have access to our DR site. I wonder if router could redirect any packets that contains detination address 192.168.1.1 to 172.16.32.1.
If 192.168.X.X is no more going to be used destination NATing could be done.If not, packets really meant for 192.168.x.x would be lost.If 192.168.X.X would be used for sometime some DNS configurations could be done.
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