Private Networks not showing 192.168.x.x

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  1. ddcsupport

    ddcsupport Registered Member

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    I have an internal network on 192.168.16.0/22. However, these addresses do not show as Private Use Network but Internet Addresses in IP Explorer. The IPs show up under Internet Addresses N/A. Also all of the reports show the internal addresses as remote addresses.

    Any easy fix?
     
  2. Colasoft Support

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    Why do you use subnet mask 22? If it's class C, it's >=24.

    If you use 22, then Capsa doesn't see them as class C, so they are not private networks.

    Then you need manually define your network. Try: click the Node Group button on top, and define your structure under Local Subnet.
     
  3. ddcsupport

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    Node Group worked. Thanks. Customer wanted >255 ip addresses on a public wifi in that range.
     
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