When there are dual NICs on the computer, you will get host number confliction error. The IP address causes this conflict is just the local IP address.
TAC I/NET, SmartStruxure Solution
I/NET prior to Version 2.44a
Win 7 or higher OS
When there are two NICs on the computer, I/NET needs to know which NIC is used for communication. Lessons Learned Article LL#6140 can be used for dual NIC configuration for I/NET. But under Win 7 and higher OS, wireless NIC can't be recognized in I/NET, which makes it impossible to choose wireless NIC to be used for I/NET. In the I/NET configuration, it just shows 0.0.0.0.
I/NET will fix this issue in the new release. For I/NET prior to version 2.44a, there are two workarounds for this issue currently:
1. Refer to Lessons Learned Article LL#6140 to choose onboard NIC to be used for I/NET communication.
2. Disable onboard NIC or just disconnect it from the network. Then you will see the option for choose NIC for I/NET communication will be grayed out. That will force I/NET to communicate with wireless NIC.
Remember to reboot I/NET I/O server after this to make it take effect.