Not sure if Im posting this in the right portal or section, but our customer is experiencing exact same error like sk121775. Now, its complaining about IP addresses 100.64.0.3 and 100.64.0.4, which were automatically assigned when we registered and connected 2 6000 appliances to smart-1 cloud mgmt server.
Every time when cluster object is modified or even opened and then if you clock OK, the warning message keeps popping up...very annoying. According to sk, this is normal...not sure thats acceptable. TAC said they checked backend and could not find much. Im pretty sure there is a way to fix this somehow...I also checked the topology and tried changing the anti spoofing (just a shot in the dark), but no luck. Clustering and policy work fine. For context, customer is moving from Cisco asa to CP and I used smart move conversion tool to convert the policy and then migrate from portal.checkpoint.com to actually import it into cloud server, which again TAC said was totally fine.
For reference, TAC case is 6-0002424997. I attached the actual screen shots of the pop-up warnings. For what its worth, I even deleted imported Cisco asa object, but that did not help either. Yes, there are bunch of imported objects from asa config with bogus IPs, but no duplicate IP addresses when searching the dashboard. Without ssh, web UI or guidbedit, hard for us to do much more 🙂