Changing internal network IP subnet

I will be changing the internal network to 10.136.0.x - Currently the network is 192.0.0.x

I want to slowly change the addresses over but I want end points that are still on the old IP addresses to be able to communicate to end points / servers / printers etc that have been moved over to new IP's.

Can this be done by simply having a route configured on the Cisco ASA-5516-x ?    If so... what would that route config look like .

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Will SzymkowskiSenior Solution ArchitectCommented:
Configure routing between 2 VLAN's. Have VLAN1 = 192.x.x.x and VLAN2 = 10.136.0.x. Once you have done that you can start changing the IP addresses over to the new IP Scheme.


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