How do S series switches suppress ARP Miss logs and alarms

For S series switches:
To filter ARP Miss logs, you can run the info-center source SECE channel 4 log state off command.
To filter ARP Miss alarms:
- ARP Miss message rate limit based on source IP addresses
In the system view, run the arp-miss speed-limit source-ip [ ip-address ] maximum 0 command to disable ARP Miss message rate limit based on source IP addresses.
If ip-address is not specified, the rate limit is not implemented on ARP Miss messages from all source IP addresses. If a device with a source IP address generates a large number of ARP Miss messages, high CPU usage may be caused.
If the ip-address parameter is specified, the ARP Miss message rate limit will not be implemented based on the source IP address. If the source IP address generates a large number of ARP Miss messages, high CPU usage may be caused.
Run the info-center source SECE channel 4 log state off command in the system view to disable the device from sending SECE alarms.
- ARP Miss message rate limit configured globally, based on VLAN, or based on interfaces
Run the undo arp-miss anti-attack rate-limit alarm enable command in the global, VLAN, or interface view to disable the alarm function for the ARP Miss messages discarded when the rate of ARP Miss messages exceeds the maximum rate.
After this function is disabled, when the number of ARP Miss messages ignored by the switch exceeds the alarm threshold, the switch does not send an alarm to notify the network administrator.
Run the info-center source SECE channel 4 log state off command in the system view to disable the device from sending SECE alarms.

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