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Relocating SharePoint Server (Changing IPs)

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I am relocating the servers in my office to a new location, so the public IP addresses will be cahnging.  I have WSS 3.0 running on a Windows 2003 Standard server with authentication through AD back to our SBS 2003 machine (also moving).  I will make the appropriate changes on GoDaddy for pointing to the SharePoint server.  What changes do I need to make to the SharePoint server with regrads to the Public IP?
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If the internal IP (the one on the server) isn't changing then there shouldn't be anything for you to modify on the SharePoint side.  Any host headers/zones will remain the same as long as it's only the external IP that is changing.  Once you modify your routing rules to the new external IP then that should be all that is needed.
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