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    Last edited by SpetsRepair; 01-19-2018 at 07:08 PM.
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    Preferably re-IP. Worst case scenario NAT. No one ever wants to re-IP because it's work, but it's the right answer.
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    /8? Good grief. I've never had to reorganize anything that large but it sounds like Networker is right; redesign and start over.
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    It sounds like this might be a great place to use VRF-lite (Virtual Routing and Forwarding), where you can have separate VRF instances, each with its own 10.0.0.0/8 (or other private IP ranges). That way they don't actually overlap. To allow them to communicate with each other, you have to set up static routes or leaks between VRFs.

    Here's a brief overview: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-d_T0q3-eNA

    I'm still pretty new to this concept, so I may not have the details right, but I think that's generally how VRFs work. I hope someone with more networking experience can offer corrections and/or wisdom regarding whether this might help in SpetsRepair's situation.
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