We have a site that has undergone a total re-up. All new policies were pushed by CSM but the actual physical IP on the device was updated via CLI as I cannot find a way to do this using CSM without loosing connection. I've been advised that after doing this if you update the interface IP and then management IP in the device credentials that I will be able to reconnect but this isn't the case. If I test connectivity to the device it times out each time now. There are no reach ability problems. Is there something I'm missing here or is there a better way to do this in future?
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