I'm running a test ip scan of my local office in the scope of 10.13.3.X.  I've used that as my scope and Kace returns in excess of 26K items like its scanning my entire network.  This doesnt make sense, Please help.

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Try doing a range instead of an x

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Answered 04/04/2013 by: SMal.tmcc
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  • SMal.tmcc beat me to this one. Good work though!
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I apologize for the misunderstanding, i did do a scope 10.13.3.30-40 and still got back a huge number of assets.  A bunch of them have 10.1.1.14 addresses, this just isn't making sense

Answered 04/04/2013 by: adumbrell
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  • I would open a ticket, it almost sounds like some device is forwarding other devices to the kbox. But even if you scan a system that has routing it should not be passing the other subnets to you.
  • Would this happen if he had a rouge device on his network... =/
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