The most common networking protocols are as follows:
TCP and UDP functionality has already been analyzed, so we will focus on the ARP protocol in this section.
Address Resolution Protocol (ARP) is a network protocol that allows hosts to learn the Layer 2 address of a device it wants to communicate with by sending a query based on the Layer 3 address of the specific device.
When a host wants to communicate on the network, it does this by having Layer 3 information about the destination device . . .
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