We have the requirement to relocate a vital server to another subnet.
Unfortunately we have several hundred hosts hard-coded to connect to a
fix IP address. Currently clients are not required to route traffic
via the default gateway - as the server resides on the same subnet.
Unfortunately this will change when the server is moved behind a
Could someone point me in the right direction? Is NAT required? Proxy
ARP or some other method that can be used on Cisco routers (Catalyst
Basically (I think) the router will need to "spoof" or proxy traffic
heading to server and redirect it to the new address - on the new
Any suggestions will be appreciated.
15 years ago