ProxyARP is enabled by default and cannot be disabled, but it will only work for addresses you set in NAT rules
so if there are no NAT rules, or NAT is only applied to IP addresses already assigned to physical interfaces, there will not be any Proxy ARP
it's a function of NAT (so you basically 'enable' it by configuring NAT rules)
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