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         <td>Rule priority</td>
 
         <td>Rule priority</td>
 
         <td>Low priority level | High priority level | Panic priority level | Security priority level; default: <b>Low priority level</b></td>
 
         <td>Low priority level | High priority level | Panic priority level | Security priority level; default: <b>Low priority level</b></td>
         <td>The rule's priority. Different priority settings add different flags to event packets, so they can be displayed differently in the receiving system. The router sends data of higher priority first. Priority levels from highest to lowest are as follows:
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         <td>The rule's priority. The router sends data of higher priority first. Priority levels from highest to lowest are as follows:
 
             <ol>
 
             <ol>
 
                 <li>Security</li>
 
                 <li>Security</li>
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         <td>Rule priority</td>
 
         <td>Rule priority</td>
 
         <td>Low priority level | High priority level | Panic priority level | Security priority level; default: <b>Low priority level</b></td>
 
         <td>Low priority level | High priority level | Panic priority level | Security priority level; default: <b>Low priority level</b></td>
         <td>The rule's priority. Different priority settings add different flags to event packets, so they can be displayed differently in the receiving system. The router sends data of higher priority first. Priority levels from highest to lowest are as follows:
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         <td>Selects the rule's priority. The router sends data of higher priority first. Priority levels from highest to lowest are as follows:
 
             <ol>
 
             <ol>
 
                 <li>Security</li>
 
                 <li>Security</li>

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