For example, you see SSH and FTP incoming connections being assigned to an unrelated sandbox. This issue only appears on Solaris agents and it is more likely to happen on a system which is under heavy network load, but it can also happen randomly under a light load, though it is much less likely. It is also more likely to happen on a system which serves multiple purposes--the more ports the server is listening on and responding to, the more likely the issue will spring up. This issue affects CSP 5.2.9 MP* and DCS 6.* Solaris agents.
The logs do not record any errors.
The issue is caused by a defect in the code. On Solaris using the affected software version, the method used to obtain the process ID for the current network traffic did not work as expected 100% of the time. When it did not work, the wrong process ID would be obtained, which causes the driver to map the traffic to the wrong PSET.
The fix uses a more reliable method of obtaining the process ID, and that prevents the wrong PID from being obtained. The HotFix was made available in July 2016 for SCSP: 5.2.9 MP6 HF3. The same fix is targeted for DCS:SA 6.7. If you feel that this issue affects you, please contact your local support team to obtain this fix quoting this article.