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Consider a network where the hardware address length is 6 bytes, and the protocol address length is 4 bytes. A node in this network received an ARP packet where all bits from 145th to 192nd are 0s. Is that ARP packet a request or a reply? Explain your answer.

What I have tried:

Does anyone know how to solve this?
Posted 6-Dec-18 19:39pm
Richard Deeming 7-Dec-18 8:13am
Almost certainly. But this is YOUR homework, so YOU need to solve it yourself.

If you don't know where to start, then talk to your teacher.
Richard MacCutchan 7-Dec-18 9:17am
Easy: read the documentation on ARP.
Member 14080732 8-Dec-18 14:38pm
what is the point of this reply. If you don't want to answer,then don't leave a f***ing reply.
F***ing a**hole.

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