I created an EKS Fargate-only cluster using an existing VPC, and currently have objects running in it.

I want to associate new CIDR ranges for my VPC by following How do I use multiple CIDR ranges with Amazon EKS?. However, the article only mentions associating new "worker nodes" to the new CIDR range, but of course in a Fargate-only cluster are non-applicable? Is this approach applicable to Fargate nodes, and ultimately, pods and services created in my cluster which incur IP addresses? If so how can I "force" new Fargate nodes to use the extended CIDR range. A big plus if someone can explain how to move existing Kubernetes objects, e.g., corddns to the new Fargate nodes.

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