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NAT config for IP migration

Hi, I want to use NAT for IP migration for a number of our servers. All the configuration examples just seem to use an ip nat inside source static statement assuming you want the client to talk to the old IP address. I'm hoping to have a solution in place where I can change client IP addresses one at a time, and if they call on the new IP address they'll get a response, if they have not been changed over yet they'll get a response as well. I know we could just bind secondary addresses to the servers but we would rather not go that way if possible.

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Re: NAT config for IP migration

check out the following link on Configuring NAT for IP Address Conservation :

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/products/ps6350/products_configuration_guide_chapter09186a008044eddc.html

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