Port protection itself is more intended to be switch specific and would actually create complete client separation as protected ports cannot talk to other protected ports, but can talk to non-protected ports.
What you should use is filtering at the device which routes the traffic. If it is your 1531, or another L3 ADTRAN NetVanta switch you will need to use hardware ACLs explained in Configuring Hardware ACLs in AOS.
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