Can the RIP protocol on an AR router associate with a one-armed BFD

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The RIP protocol on an AR router can associate with a one-armed BFD. For details about the configuration, see the following URL: Example for Configuring One-Arm Static BFD for RIP.

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Whether the one-arm BFD echo function supports multi-hop on the AR
The one-arm BFD echo function is only applicable to single-hop BFD sessions. For two directly connected devices, one device supports BFD, and the other device supports only forwarding at the network layer and does not support BFD. To rapidly detect forwarding failures between the two devices, configure the one-arm BFD echo function on the BFD-supporting device. The BFD-supporting device sends an Echo Request packet to the remote device, and the remote device sends the Echo Request packet back along the same path to detect the connectivity of the forwarding link.

What is NQA association mechanism of the AR router
NQA association mechanism: Association indicates that NQA provides detection and notifies the associated module of the detection result. Then the associated module processes services based on the detection result. NQA can be associated with VRRP, static route, backup interface, IGMP proxy, IP address pool, DNS server, and PBR. Static route is used as an example: A static route with the next hop address of 192.168.0.88 is configured. If the next hop address of 192.168.0.88 is reachable, the static route is valid. If the next hop address of 192.168.0.88 is unreachable, the static route is invalid. After association is configured, the static route can be determined in real time. If NQA detects that the next hop address of 192.168.0.88 is unreachable, NQA notifies the static route module. The static route module determines that the static route is invalid.

Whether AR routers support association between static routes and BFD
All AR models support association between static routes and BFD.

When the AR router is directly connected to a PC, does the AR support one-arm Echo sessions
When the AR router is directly connected to a PC, the AR supports one-arm Echo sessions. The PC does not support IP packet forwarding; therefore, BFD Echo packets cannot be forwarded.

Can the AR router implement one-to-one mapping between multiple port numbers
The AR router can be configured with static NAT or the NAT server to implement one-to-one mapping, for example, nat server protocol tcp global 1.1.1.2 21 inside 10.3.0.30 21.

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