Differences between IPSG and static ARP of S series switches

For S series switches, both IPSG based on a static binding table and static ARP support IP and MAC binding. Their differences are as follows:
- IPSG is generally configured on the access switch connected to users or on the aggregation or core switch to prevent IP address spoofing attacks from the intranet. For example, a malicious host steals an authorized host's IP address to access the network.
- Static ARP is generally configured on the gateway. The static ARP table stores the ARP entries of key servers to prevent ARP spoofing attacks and ensure normal communication between hosts and servers.

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