I think I know what to do but I need a sanity check on my networking knowledge.
I have a NetApp AFF in California that I'm setting up to Snapmirror to a AFF in another state across our wan.
The "Cali" AFF intercluster lif is on a 172.1.x.x subnet and the other AFF intercluster's lif is on a 10.36.x.x subnet. But the Cali AFF also uses the same 10.36.x.x subnet for data on their office lan. I would like to avoid changing to an IP on a different subnet for the destination AFF (because politics are involved).
I know I need to create a static route but do I create it on the Cali AFF (src-aff) or the destination AFF??
For example, would I run the following on the source assuming source intercluster lif is 18.104.22.168 and destination intercluster lif is 10.36.1.1 ??