Change to a NEW IP on tz-205

Posted on 2015-01-12
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Last Modified: 2015-01-16
I have to change the OLD ip of my TZ 205 to a new IP, I assume I just need to change this on Network/Interfaces X1, and possibly the DNS, but that's it, all the other settings, VPN etc, will automatically reflect the new change, of course the other side of the VPN I need to update the new IP but the technique will be the same.

Am I right?
Question by:Maurice Loucel

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Jason Johanknecht earned 2000 total points
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X1 is the WAN port, so if you if this is static Public IP, then update your IP, Gateway, Subnet Mask, and DNS and you will be ready to go.  For VPN site-to-site, you would have to update the Public IP address of the other side of the VPN.

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by:Maurice Loucel
ID: 40554738
Thanks I just needed to be on the safe side..

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