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Suggested article: ARP (Address Resolution Protocol) – Why is it important?
The Address Resolution Protocol, also known short as ARP, is a network layer protocol that serves to map a continuously changing Internet Protocol (IP) address to a fixed physical machine address - a Media Access Control (MAC) address, in a local-area network (LAN).
ARP was defined in 1982 by RFC 826 and became a critical component of network communications. Over the years, it has evolved to support newer technologies and protocols.
Some of the main benefits of ARP (Address Resolution Protocol) are the following:
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