I first thought that it picks the highest ip address but in my case it is picking every loopback interface and in some devices it is also picking the server interface or vlan interface which connect the two devices (I think it is due to cdp). Under discovery setting I have a check on "use loopack" Should I uncheck that?
It is a quite familiar term for me from Cisco " it is a known bug and fixed in the next version" I'm very used to of it in my 10 year of networking career. I'm upgrading to 3.2 this week and with the hope that I won't be asked to upgrade to 3.3 (doubted!!!) :)
There is no LMS 3.3. The bug is definitely fixed in 3.2 (as well as another related bug). There could still be a device configuration issue which causes this kind of duplication (which is why I asked for the show run), but you should likely see this behavior go away.
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