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DIP pool within Trust interface - Juniper Netscreen 5GT

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Juniper Netscreen 5GT

I have a DIP pool setup with my trust interface.  I want to find out exactly what it's doing regarding to how long a specific session is saved within the ARP table and what the timeout value is or even if there is a timeout?  
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A DIP address is handled like any other session info, and object to normal session timeout values depending on the service.
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