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I have several sites connected via an MPLS network.

The PCs at these sites are stand alone.

I've setup Windows Update on these PCs using Delivery Optimisation. I've selected the 'PCs on my local network' option.

However I'm finding that PCs on network 192.168.6.0 are sharing updates with PCs on network 192.168.7.0 and vice versa as well as other sites. This is killing my links.

I've heard of this problem before but I can't remember or find any more info on this problem or a fix for it.

All help greatly appreciated.


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PatrickFarrell
Ghost Chili
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PatrickFarrell

Take a look at this:

https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/deployment/update/waas-delivery-optimization#select-a-metho...

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NathM
Thai Pepper
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NathM

What’s the subnet mask?  Key piece of info. 

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10G
Jalapeno
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10G

subnet mask is the same for both networks so they should appear as unique.

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NathM
Thai Pepper
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NathM

10G wrote:

subnet mask is the same for both networks so they should appear as unique.

it depends what the subnet mask is.  Sorry for trying to help. 

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10G
Jalapeno
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10G

I appreciate any help, the mask is ff.ff.ff.0 on all connected networks.

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