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FAQ-After I Send ARP Request Packets with the Same Source IP Address, Why Do I Sometimes Receive Response Packets Only at the Rate of 5 Packets Per Second

Publication Date:  2015-05-06 Views:  335 Downloads:  0
Issue Description
After I Send ARP Request Packets with the Same Source IP Address, Why Do I Sometimes Receive Response Packets Only at the Rate of 5 Packets Per Second?
Solution
By default, AR series routers limit the rate of Address Resolution Protocol (ARP) packets with the same source IP address to prevent ARP attacks. The default rate limit is 5 packets per second.

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