Remote Probe has non static IP can I use a /16 pool on PRTG server?
I have a site with dynamic ip. I have the remote probe working well with the current IP and allowed the /16 subnet pool the ip will be from on the PRTG allowed address server section (X.X.0.0/16). If the IP changes but still within the /16 configured will this generate alarms or what is the best practice for remote probes with dynamic ip address and dynamic dns.
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