Hello Duviana, The Utility Appliance CIDR is a global setting and is shared by all utility appliances. The Local PAM Docker CIDR can be configured per appliance. Typically you would choose the same segment for all, one that is not used by any devices you may be integrating with PAM, but there may be special use cases where it is desirable to have different segments configured in different PAM cluster sites. Note that you can change the setting for utility appliances only if you have them configured. If you are not using the PAMSC feature and don't have utility appliances, PAM will return an error when you try to change that setting.
Sent: Mar 23, 2023 01:50 PM
From: Duviana MontesDeOca
Subject: Docker PAM 4.1
I would like to know what is the difference between Local PAM Docker and Utility Appliance CIDR, currently the default network of the Docker causes conflict with the internal network so we designate a /24 segment for the docker, my question is also should I have two different segments one for the Local and one for the Utility or I can use the same /24 in both? Is it necessary to change the utility?