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Changing SBS 2011 IP subnet

Posted on 2015-01-20
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Hi Experts,

We need to change IP subnet of SBS servers networks for VPN needs.

Is there a safe and sure way to proceed ?


Thank you in adavnce for your help, best regards,
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Do this via the SBS Console.  

Run the connect to the internet wizard again.  Once complete run the Fix My Network wizard to ensure that its updated DHCP Scopes and DNS etc.

If its for home users it may be less hassle to change their home IPs on their routers.

Remember to update any NAT rules on your office router to the new IP Address.
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Thank you, we'll try that.
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Thanks and sorry for the delay.
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