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Rogue System Detection 2.0 Subnet Problem

Hi all.

I'm running ePO 4.0 P3 with RSD 2.0 P2.

Most of my subnets are 10.x.x.x/24. I have near 1200 sensors deployed over 700 subnets.

Yesterday a new subnet popped up: 10.0.0.0/8. When I check the details of this subnet, I can see many sensors that should be reporting to its correct subnet (/24).

Anyone has an idea why this is happening? Might be a sensor with multiple nics, being one of them on my /8 network?
How can I check that?

Seems more like a nasty bug to me.

Regards.
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JeffGerard
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RE: Rogue System Detection 2.0 Subnet Problem

This typically happens when a client computer checks into ePO with improperly configured network settings.

For example, the client could belong to 10.5.5.0/255.255.255.0 but was configured as 10.5.5.0/255.0.0.0.

I typically punch desktop support when this happens as they do it quite frequently 😛
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