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Endpoints on Two Different Subnet

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My ePO is on two different subnets:

192.168.60.14/24

10.8.0.251/15

Most of my Endpoints are on the 10.8 subnet but a couple of them are on the 192.168 subnet.

I do not have a separated Agent Handler. On ePO the Agent Handler setting for Handler IP is 192.168.60.14. I'm able to deploy Agents just fine but Agents on 108 subnet has trouble communicate with ePO. Setting the Published IP Address on ePO to 10.8.0.251, but the agents on the 192.168 subnet has issue.

 

After setting and removing the Published IP Address now it seems that all Agents con communicate fine. I still wonder what would be the right way to configure this though...

Thanks.

 

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Re: Endpoints on Two Different Subnet

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Since ePO/agent handler is connected to both network it's a matter of which network agents use to communicate with ePO. I think instead of deploying agents to all end points at once a better way to do it is to set appropriate IP address on agent handler and only deploy agent to the same subnet. One subnet at a time would be the way to go I think.

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Re: Endpoints on Two Different Subnet

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If all agents are communicating fine, I wouldn't change anything.  That seems to be a network routing issue where epo and the agents would have to be able to resolve and reach the different subnets.  Those type of configurations are network specific (environmental) and would vary from one company to another, so there really isn't a set configuration that we would recommend - it would be basically whatever works in your environment.

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Since ePO/agent handler is connected to both network it's a matter of which network agents use to communicate with ePO. I think instead of deploying agents to all end points at once a better way to do it is to set appropriate IP address on agent handler and only deploy agent to the same subnet. One subnet at a time would be the way to go I think.

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