"arpa" is used by the Cisco IOS for which encapsulation
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Novell's IPX and Cisco's IOS name their
protocols differently. Cisco uses sap for Ethernet_802.2,
Token-Ring, and Novell's FDDI_802.2. Cisco uses snap for
Ethernet_SNAP, Token-Ring_SNAP, and FDDI_SNAP. Cisco uses
arpa for Ethernet_II and, finally the default is
Novell-ether for Novell's Ethernet_802.3.
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Answer / sachin
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Answer / rafael maita
The type can be: ARPA, SAP or SNAP. Specifying ARPA
(default) signifies that you want to use the standard
Ethernet version 2.0 encapsulation; SAP – IEEE 802.3
encapsulation; SNAP – IEEE 802.2 encapsulation. Mostly you
will use ARPA encapsulation. SAP or SNAP ones would be in a
native Novell NetWare IPX network.
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