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In order to be optimized on initial scan the endpoint must be accessible and Discovery must be able to see enough that it can confirm the same Host is seen through the IP address. If it has no access then Discovery cannot do this and you will get no access. Just because a device says it owns an IP address does not mean that is what Discovery will see if it scans that IP address.
Thanks for your answer!
Ops, Andrew Waters, one more question.
If the SNMP is correctly configured (the endpoint is responding correctly to the other IP), and I don't have a firewall between the Discovery Host and the other IP (which is with "No Access"), why the Discovery is not scanning correctly by this interface (ENDPOINT)??
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Does the DiscoveryAccess session list show it trying to use the SNMP credential? If not then Discovery does not see the port as open. If it does then you would need to look at the failure reported.