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Address Resolution Protocol

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  1. In computer networking, the Address Resolution Protocol is the method for finding a host's hardware address when only its Network Layer address is known

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  2. defined in RFC 826

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  3. The following is the packet structure used for ARP requests and replies

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  4. a current Internet Standard (STD 37)

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  5. not an IP-only or Ethernet-only protocol

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