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COOP Databases

I have a server that COOPS to two different IP's. i have a data source named 'Servers' that has clients. however, for management purposes, its impossible to have two different clients for each server. is there a way to have groups for each server, or to have multiple IP's associated to one client or child?

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Re: COOP Databases

What are the 2 addresses? Are they in the same subnet?

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They are not. I tried adding our DNS to the reciever and it wont read host names either.

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Do you have data flowing to the SIEM from both addresses? What's the reason for that?

Brent
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