Whether USG firewalls can avoid intranet IP address conflict

The USG firewalls can avoid intranet IP address conflict. Generally, a firewall is deployed on the top layer of a network. If the intranet traffic does not pass through the firewall, the traffic cannot be limited. Therefore, it is recommended that the traffic limitation function be configured on a lower-layer switch. By configuring IP and MAC address binding, a user even with the same IP address cannot transmit traffic over the interface, and therefore preventing the IP address conflict.

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