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FAQ-Why Does the ARP Proxy Function Configured on the Interface Fail to Take Effect

Publication Date:  2015-07-01 Views:  313 Downloads:  0
Issue Description
Why Does the ARP Proxy Function Configured on the Interface Fail to Take Effect?
Solution
The ARP proxy function takes effect in the following conditions: The destination IP address of the ARP request packet and the IP address of the inbound interface do not reside on the same network segment, but the device has an available route to the destination IP address, and the inbound and outbound interfaces of the route are different. In this case, the device uses its MAC address as the source to reply to the ARP request.

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