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if wiredlan is providing outlook and internet with certain limits
 wireless lan for internet with out any limits

 so that how can use both network same time : for outlook wiredlan , for internet wireless lan

note : wired lan : local ip by corporate  and wireless lan : different ip provided by isp
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by:Qlemo
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You can't do based on application, but on target IP address.
Make sure the WLAN is used as default gateway.
Outlook is used locally, I suppose, so nothing to do there.
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by:techp
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add gateway on wiredlan ( wlan ip ?)
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Just remove the default gateway from wired (note the value to restore if necessary).
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by:techp
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to remove ?

if removed default gateway , outlook will not work
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by:Qlemo
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Sorry having to say that, but by just giving minimal info you don't help us to help you.

What does Outlook run against? Exchange, POP3, IMAP? An external (Internet) or internal (LAN) address?
If it is internal, my advice to remove the default gateway from LAN NIC works.
If externally, you have to add a specific permanent route to that address.

That said, we need to make sure the limits imposed are not for security reasons, and done by an admin on purpose.
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exchange

wired network is in 172 range

wireless in 192 range
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Then, why do you think that removing the default gateway from LAN removes your Exchange connection?
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there are different VLANs , can you elaborate your answer
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"There are different VLANs" - so what? VLANs separate networks by allowing different IP networks on the same medium (e.g. LAN), which have no or limited access to each other. It is in no way related to this question. Removing a default gateway does not change VLANs.
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