How to configure ARP anti-attack on an AR router

On a network, common ARP attack methods include ARP flooding and ARP spoofing. To avoid different types of harm caused by the ARP attacks, multiple types of solutions to the ARP security features are provided according to the attack types. By configuring ARP anti-flooding
and anti-spoofing, the maintenance cost arising from ensuring normal running of a network and security of network information can be effectively reduced, thereby providing users with a more secure network environment and more stable network services. For details about the configuration procedure, see the URL: AR100&AR120&AR150&AR160&AR200&AR1200&
V200R007 Product Documentation

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