How to shade the IP address we need to access?

we have a network that need to connect to a clients network Via VPN but the server they have is having the same IP address range as we are. how can we access to their network without have the conflict with the IP address,

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Steve Wongsystem analystAsked:
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KimputerCommented:
You can't really. One of the networks has to change the IP range. Obviously, if one side is 100 clients with 10 printers etc, and the other side only has  5 computers, change the IP at the "simpler" side.
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Steve Wongsystem analystAuthor Commented:
Can NAT doing that?
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KimputerCommented:
Someone will still get confused. If it's not your own network, then the NAT router will be confused. Put all the devices you want in between, but the IP overlap WILL trip you up. You solve it at one part of the network, but the next hop will now be confused.
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Steve Wongsystem analystAuthor Commented:
This makes the whole picture clear
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