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   * **Client number** number of supported client tunnel connections.   * **Client number** number of supported client tunnel connections.
 <WRAP important center round 80%> When using the server as a KNXnet/IP interface, it is important to define the "​client physical address base" and "​clients number",​ and reserve these KNX physical addresses in the ETS project instead of assigning them to other devices. </​WRAP>​ <WRAP important center round 80%> When using the server as a KNXnet/IP interface, it is important to define the "​client physical address base" and "​clients number",​ and reserve these KNX physical addresses in the ETS project instead of assigning them to other devices. </​WRAP>​
-<WRAP important center round 80%> The "​Clients Physical Address base" and "​Client number"​ are only available to be used with Thinknx Envision </​WRAP>​+<WRAP important center round 80%> The "​Clients Physical Address base" and "​Client number"​ are only available to be used with Thinknx Envision. On the other servers the KNX tunnel connections will share same primary physical address ​</​WRAP>​
   * **KNXNet/IP router** If enabled, the server will also route traffic from TP to multicast IP and vice versa, allowing to connect different parts of a KNX system together over IP.   * **KNXNet/IP router** If enabled, the server will also route traffic from TP to multicast IP and vice versa, allowing to connect different parts of a KNX system together over IP.
 <WRAP important center round 80%> Be careful to avoid loops that may result from connecting 2 Thinknx servers with KNXNet/IP router enabled on the same network and same TP line. </​WRAP>​ <WRAP important center round 80%> Be careful to avoid loops that may result from connecting 2 Thinknx servers with KNXNet/IP router enabled on the same network and same TP line. </​WRAP>​