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Private networks use the private IP address space. The IPv4 and IPv6 specifications define private address ranges. These addresses are used for local area networks (LANs) in residential, office, and enterprise environments. Different enterprises or different locations within the same enterprise may use the same IP address range. Private IP addresses are not allocated to any organization and anyone may use these addresses. However, IP packets addressed from them cannot be routed through the public Internet. Overlapping IP addresses result when you assign an IP address to a device on the network that is already assigned to a device on the Internet or outside network. Overlapping IP addresses also occur when networks are merged after corporate acquisitions. These networks must be able to communicate without having to readdress all their devices.Read this feature brief to learn how to enable and managed overlapping IP addresses in a 128T network.#IPAddresses #SD-WAN#overlapping