It comes down to this all my new computer are Gateway Model E4610 with DQ965MT chip set. The AMT version is version: 2.1.3-build 1031 .
From research to use static IPs , Both the OS and Intel AMT are set to use static addresses and they are different from each other, the MAC addresses are different, and the host names are also different.
Below I have read that there is some type of tool that will allow me to reconfigure the AMT to make two MAC addresses, or just use a different one. Where do I find this tool or am I missing something all together. When I discover the computer in LanDesk I never see the AMT MAC address, which make me think it 's the same one that Windows is using. I state it that way becuase of no other way to convey what I'm tring to say.
Just for more information, I currently use LanDesk 8.7 SP4. I'm using small bus etc. I understand provisioning etc, but some things do not work and LanDesk is working on them, they are aware of the bug in their software, but under basic configuration I want to follow what I'm reading. If you want to laugh, it works best when the IP are the same, but the names are different, in refercne to LanDesk.
Any helpwould be great.
Here is the wording I'm reading
Tips for using static IP addresses
Because Intel AMT devices have two components that are assigned an IP address - the Intel AMT chip and the device's operating system - you can potentially have two entries in your list of discovered devices for the same Intel AMT device. This happens only if you want to use a static IP address rather than using DHCP.
To use static IP addresses with Intel AMT devices, the Intel AMT firmware should be configured with its own MAC address. The Intel AMT R1.0 Aspenhill board is the only one that ships with this second MAC address already configured. For instructions on how to re-install the firmware and configure it properly, please contact Intel.
Once configured, the Intel AMT device will have a different MAC address, IP address, and host name than the device OS. To be able to manage Intel AMT devices correctly, you need to use the following settings for DHCP and static IP addresses:
DHCP: Both the OS and Intel AMT use DHCP and the host names are the same.
Static IP: Both the OS and Intel AMT are set to use static addresses and they are different from each other, the MAC addresses are different, and the host names are also different.