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Rogue Sensors on DHCP servers issue

For some reason, on a regular basis, the DHCP Server Rogue Sensors get regulated to the Passive Status. No reason I can see, there are not enough sensors on their subnets to force an election that I can determine. How to rectify this? It causes the Covered and Uncovered Subnet status drop and recover regularly.

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Re: Rogue Sensors on DHCP servers issue

Have you checked the setting for how many active sensors can be active at a time?  I don't have my server up at the moment to look, but that is either in server settings or policy.

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