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Does ARP attack in one VLAN affect other VLANs on S series switch

Publication Date:  2016-11-21 Views:  195 Downloads:  0
Issue Description
Does ARP attack in one VLAN affect other VLANs on S series switch
Solution
"On an S series switch, except S1700, when a VLAN suffers an ARP attack, such as ARP flood or ARP spoofing attack, the gateway cannot correctly learn ARP entries, causing a forwarding error. Packet forwarding in other VALNs is also affected.
For example, when an ARP flood attack occurs in VLAN 10 (the gateway receives many ARP packets causing a high CPU usage), user services in other VLANs are affected."

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