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HOW To connect a cliend having Different IP

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I have a network with 172.16.x.x series where i have my domain having IP 172.16.x.x and a network having IP 172.18.x.x series how to connect a client having IP 172.18.x.x

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You need to manually configure the IP settings on the Domain

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