What is Address Resolution Protocol
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What is Address Resolution Protocol?

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Address Resolution Protocol (ARP) is a low-level network protocol for translating network layer addresses into link layer addresses.

ARP lies between layers 2 and 3 of the OSI model, although ARP was not included in the OSI framework and allows computers to introduce each other across a network prior to communication.

Because protocols are basic network communication units, address resolution is dependent on protocols such as ARP, which is the only reliable method of handling required tasks.


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