Configure attack defense on an AR router

Attack defense mainly defends the CPU against attack packets to ensure that the server can normally run in case of an attack.
Attack defense configuration is composed of the following parts: enabling attack defense, (optional) configuring flooding defense parameters, super-large ICMP packet defense parameters, and scan attack defense parameters, and checking configuration result.
By default, no type of attack defense is enabled.
For details about how to configure attack defense of AR series routers using command lines and through the web NMS, see the URL: AR router configuration attack defense .

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