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What is the purpose of ARP?

A.) IP to host name resolution

B.) Host name to IP address resolution

C.) Mac to IP address resolution

D.) IP to Mac address resolution
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# 1
Answer: D

Address Resolution Protocol resolves the MAC address if the
IP address

is known. It is a layer 3 protocol.
Is This Answer Correct ?    76 Yes 6 No
# 2
ARP is used to find MAC address from the known ip address.

RARP is used to find ip address from the knowm MAC address.
Is This Answer Correct ?    39 Yes 5 No
# 3
D.) IP to Mac address resolution 
Is This Answer Correct ?    24 Yes 2 No
# 4
Address resolution protocol is used to find the MAC address
or hardware address from destination IP address through ARP
request by network layer.
Is This Answer Correct ?    17 Yes 4 No

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