I have two separate networks. 10.253.4.1 and 10.254.4.1 I need to move a server that exists in one of these networks into the other. How would I do this and maintain the exact same IP that it currently has?
Example: Server exists as 10.253.4.21 and I need to keep this address but move it to the 10.254.4.1 network.
Yes. You are correct. I am moving this server to the other network for a Disaster Test. The problem I am facing is that the clients (thousands and thousands of them) all are hard-coded looking for the current IP address. They do not have the ability to use DNS. So if I use NAT this will permit the clients to see the old address and route to the new server address?
You have helped me big time. Thank you very much. I will be able to forward this information on to my network team advising of the solution you have provided. This is what we were looking for. Thank you again.
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