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Change Domain IPs

By erasmusw ·

I am going to get our whole network to change IP addresses. This sound really a big silly thing to do, but it needs doing. Our IP?s currently are badly designed and setup.
Before I start with that project, I made sure I read up on as much as I could. But I don?t feel comfortable doing it yet. What could be some points to take into account or advice when changing all the IP?s.
To give you an id: I?ve got here Server 2003, Server 2000 x2 and a G5 server. Luckily one of the others is pretty clued up on anything Apple related or anything.
I?m not sure what to ask, as there are so many things to consider. I?ve got this store and then one more, which connects through a VPN. But that one will soon close down. And I would still like to get this done and see the effects on that store and get them sorted so I know how to go about that, should I meet this issue in the future.
Thanks again for taking time to read this and I hope you have some good advice or pointers?

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by Jaqui In reply to Change Domain IPs

how depends on how ip's are assigned to begin with, it is dhcp or static ips?
if dhcp you only need to edit the conf file for it to alter how it assigns ips
if static that means going to every single machine and altering the ip number.

also, are you using a class a? b? or c ip scheme and which do you want to switch to?

what servers are running that require one or more static ips?
( dns, mail, sql, file, app, web, ftp... )

some details help in answering the question correctly.

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