Attach two nodes on different machine via private blockchain Ethereum

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I have seen many blogs regarding ways to connect different machines on blockchain but I guess I am missing something. I am aware that the genesis file of both nodes present on different systems must be same, but at last, I am stuck for so many days. My basic aim is to connect two different nodes so that if I deploy smart contract on one machine, it is visible on other one, and he can interact with it, an thus the generated result can be seen by both nodes.
Jun 9, 2020 in Blockchain by Ritvik
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Hi, @Ritvik,

Regarding your query, I would suggest you go through this: https://www.edureka.co/community/35226/how-to-connect-two-different-nodes-private-ethereum-network.

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