the range 10.244.x.x doesn't even exist on my network. I'm stuck scratching my head because whatever this is is hitting the firewall frequently. Can someone please suggest how I can start to track where this is coming from?
Thanks for the reply. The only thing is that there isn't a route for that ip to the inside zone, so when doing a traceroute from the firewall the trace goes to the default gateway i.e the outside interface (internet), which is wrong.
Any traceroute on my inside switches doesn't work as there isn't a route for the subnet, so traceroute won't work there either.
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