That is exactly what the EndpointIdentity relationships mean -- they indicate that the Host reached on an IP address is different to the one that was previously reached on that address. It is not a judgement about whether that is a good or a bad thing, it's just a fact.
Why are you looking to suppress the relationships?
Thank you for the explanation. The idea was to hide these relationships for windows desktops because the don't have any meaning (in this case). For the customer the relationship looks like "This host is now that host", which does not seem to be the meaning.