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My company is changing phone carriers and I need to change the IP addresses at this location.  Other than updating the CiSCO PIX, what other things do I need to consider?  
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the big thing would be your DNS records for your mail server or any other public facing server.
Anything with a static internet presence
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Also do you connect to any services that checks the source IP to make sure you are logging in from that location? if so you will need to let them know of the change also
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