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Hello Expert,

i have setup new Exchange 2013 implementation for two active directory sites. This is completely new setup with two AD sites and Exchange 2013 configuration done by me. Currently the setup is not live due to certain modification  with storage and network sides. Recently, Customer ask me to change the Subnet of second AD sites.  after this request, I am little bit worried to change the subnet of second sites because if i change the subnet, i have to change IP address of all servers located in second sites which includes second site AD, CAS and Mailbox server roles. Please suggest me is there any additional steps i need to follow to make this changes or just follow the same process like

1)Add new subnet to sites and services and allocate to second site
2)Change IP address of second site servers
3)Change the DAG configuration IP of second site
4)Change the WNLB IP configuration of second site
5)Change the reverse DNS and DNS zones of second sites
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Manoj Bojewar
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Manoj Bojewar
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maher khaleefaCommented:
just as you mentioned .
just if you configured the site value manually for the servers you need to change it
Get-ExchangeServer -Identity "server name" |fl
check for site value
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Will SzymkowskiSenior Solution ArchitectCommented:
Changing the IP address of an Exchange server is safe to do. Changing the name is a different story. The steps that you have listed are correct.

Change the WNLB IP configuration of second site

Although i would not be using WNLB for load balancing the CAS servers in a production environment.

Will.
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Manoj BojewarAuthor Commented:
I have resolved this issue by following same steps mentioned in my question
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Manoj BojewarAuthor Commented:
my self figure out the solution
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