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Check your logs at both hosts to see when the crawlers and users stop using the old one.
Yes! But Google spidered the OLD IP... New IP has yet to be visited by a Google spider.
>> if thats the case, it's been spidered and all traffic will resolve <<
Could you explain what this means?
>> I was just erring on the side of safety, I know there are dupe filters, just don't want you to inadvertently get caught in one. <<
I appreciate your concern. I don't really think this would trigger any alarms as I really don't have 2 domain sites running at the same time with exact same content. When Google refresh the DNS, it won't even see the OLD IP site.
But the question is when Google will finally recognize my NEW IP.