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Can I assign 2 ip addresses to a volume on a san??

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I am running a virtual environment which consists of 4 ESX Hosts and about 40 vm's.  5 of the VM's have been spun up for a Sharepoint environment that we are implementing.  The issue that I am up against is that my entire network is on a 192.168.x.x and we are going to be VLANing the sharepoint environment on a 172.16,x.x  Right now I have 6 volumes created on my NetApp Filer that host my VM files and they are all connected by IP Address to my hosts which of course is my 192.168  If I were to create multiple VLAN's on the 2nd interface of my filer as 172.16.x.1, 172.16.x.2  and configure a virtual VLAN within my virtual network is it possible to add the same 6 volumes by the 172.16.x.x IP Address or would I have to create new volumes??

Hopefully this makes sense.
Thanks in advance for anyone's input.
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Just an FYI...  I have figured out what I need to do in this situation so I am going to close this question.
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