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LiveFlow of DP to Network

Currently there is no centralized way within ConfigMgr to determine if the expected desire of boundaries for content / site assignment works as expected. As boundaries can be configured in multiple ways (subnet, ad, range etc) and also allows to fallback between different servers - it would be good to allow insight into what clients from what networks are connecting to a DP to retrieve content. This would allow if the current design works as expected.

Information that would be useful for on-prem DP;
1. Devices (COUNT?) connecting from network (initial octets/subnet-mask)
2. Connectivity type: local, remote, fallback etc...
3. What boundary diverted the client there..?

A liveflow of this would of course be great but a daily update would also provide valueable information (like the general DP summary tables)

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    Nicke shared this idea  ·   ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
    Noted  ·  Admindjam (Admin, System Center Configuration Manager) responded  · 

    Totally agree. Having realtime visibility into what boundaries clients are in RIGHT NOW, and thus which DPs (and peer clients) they will use is critical. We’ve been talking about this internally for awhile. There are innovations on our roadmap in this area.

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