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We have network1 that is on a 192.168.254.x range which contains domain1.  We also have another physical location that has a network range of 10.15.83.x which contains domain2.  Is it possible for me to setup a server on network1 to host the network on domain2?
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Yes, it is possible, you would have to have interVLAN routing enabled and manually set up the ip address and host file entry if you wish to join it to the domain.
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how to enablt interVLAN routing?  Is that something I have to contact my service provider for?  Also will this affect any of the DHCP DNS servers?
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