Changing IP address on Win 2000 server running DNS

I am changing the private IP addressing in my network from 10.10.10.x to 10.27.0.x.  I have a
server which is currently  running DNS and I would like to know the required steps to make the changes on this server; specifically what is required to facilitate the DNS changes.
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Change the Router to IP to; set the Primary DNS to

Set the server that controls DHCP and DNS to (This can be anything you want really) on the NIC. ie: network adapter settings.
 IPV4 settings:


Primary DNS:

If the DHCP and DNS do not reset on the server, you can manually reset them in the Services console by stopping and starting the services for each respectively.

Restart server. That is basically all that there is to it. restart any clients connected to the network.
Nick RhodeIT DirectorCommented:
Along with north_ make sure you update all static devices and dns records associated with them.  Update your DHCP pool to match also.
namtiAuthor Commented:
Thank you.  This solution was very explicit and detailed.
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