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When a system accesses an IP address outside it's subnet, it will try to access the gateway. So, for every IP address outside the subnet, the ARP will be for the IP address of the gateway. You cannot limit this in a switch (a "real" switch). So, you must look at the router. It depends a bit what that router is, but in general, routers do not limit ...


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