I have a printer on a LAN which had the ip of 10.2.0.6. This ip is currently nat'ed to 10.224.55.129 on the router. The printer ip has since changed to 10.170.20.112. This new printer ip must now be nat'ed to 10.224.55.129 on the same router.
I cannot nat the new printer ip 'cause the router says that 10.224.55.129 is already nat'ed to the old ip. The router has a dynamic nat pool set up.
The nat pool's range is x.x.x.20 to x.x.x.254 so static nat'ing for each individual pc, will be quite a headache for such a large LAN.
Am I correct by saying I will have to remove the nat pool completely and re-assign the nat pool while ensuring the new printer ip is correctly nat'ed to the 10.224.55.129?
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