Depending on the data and network configuration of the source SVM, you can choose to replicate all or a subset of SVM configuration (excluding the network and protocol configuration), when setting up the destination SVM for disaster recovery.
If the source and destination clusters are in the same network subnet, the destination SVM will use the same IP addresses as the source SVM so that clients can access data by using the same IP addresses and network configuration when the source SVM is not available.
If the source and destination clusters are in different network subnets, on the source SVM, you must create destination LIFs belonging to the subnet of the destination SVM.
LIFs that belong to the subnet of the destination SVM will not be reachable until the destination SVM is started. After the destination SVM is started, the LIFs that are replicated and that belong to the subnet of the source SVM will not be reachable.
You can set up the destination SVM to provide read-only access for NFS clients and SAN hosts by configuring the network and protocols on the destination SVM.