Multiple IPs -Request failed for one or more known addresses

Troubleshooting some performance problems on a server that may be ZCM related. One odd thing that I noticed is that the device is showing multiple IP addresses for the agent. It turns out that one of those is for an internal network so the agent can't use it to communicate.

What I'd like to do is to force the agent to communicate over the address that I know it can use to eliminate this as a possible source of performance problems. I found this thread but that seems to refer to this problem in relation to a Primary server. Does anyone know how to do this for a non-primary server?
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