Network Settings - USB Ethernet but no USB Ethernet Adapter Connected

I just installed Rocky Linux 8.6 on a few Intel based servers and AMD based servers. These servers only have Gigabit Ethernet ports. Mysteriously, Rocky Linux detected a USB Ethernet connection. It shows up under Network Settings and also ip a.

The device looks like it might be a USB hub. Does anyone know if this is a udev bug thinking the usb hub is a usb ethernet adapter?

I noticed the same USB Ethernet network interface when I installed Rocky Linux 8.5. My Intel server is a Dell R640, and Dell explains the reason why a USB Ethernet network device is showing up.

The short explanation is that a feature named “OS to iDRAC Pass-through” provides in-band communication between the OS and iDRAC through the USB NIC. So it appears the OS will identify it as a network interface.

A more in-depth explanation is detailed by Dell and which IP might be assigned by default here: