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I'm trying to migrate 100 servers located in two large subnets from premise (192.166.1.0/24 and 192.166.2.0/24) to cloud. the servers have different operating systems (windows server - redhat ...) and there are databases / applications.

I can't change the IP address set on the servers (are very old and it doesn't works).

The problem is that the architecture of the network is not intelligent, if I create the same subnet on the cloud, I will have an overlap. If I only migrate one cloud server for testing, all servers must be stopped locally and not possible.

do you have any idea of ​​strategy for this task?

|----------------------------------|
| |-----------|    |----------|    |
| | srv01     |    | srv61    |    |
| | srv02     |    | srv62    |    |
| | srv03     |    | srv63    |    |
| | ....      |    | ...      |    |
| | srv60     |    | srv100   |    |
| |           |    |          |    |
| |-----------|    |----------|    |
|  192.166.1.0/24   192.166.2.0/24 |
|                                  | 
-----------------------------------|    |---------------------|
   /\                                   |                     |
   ||                                   |                     |
   || VPN                               |                     |
   ||                                   |    CLOUD, tagret    |
|------|                                |                     | 
|      |VPN----------------------------\|      ? ? ? ? ? ?    |
|      |-------------------------------/|                     |
|------|                                |---------------------|

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