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The /proc/net/arp cache stores:
A.MAC address on a particular interface is particular IP.
B.Particular ARP is in charge of a particular IP on a particular interface.
C.Particular network is via particular MAC.
D.Particular IP has announced it is in charge of particular MAC
E.MAC address is particular IP.
Correct Answer This is correct, and having both pieces of information helps to protect against MAC spoofing.
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Incorrect Answer This is more reverse ARP management. The ARP cache is usually considered to be the opposite of this statement.
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Incorrect Answer MAC caching must at least associate MAC to IP.
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Incorrect Answer This is more reverse ARP management. The ARP cache is usually considered to be the opposite of this statement.
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Incorrect Answer No, MAC address is mapped to a particular IP on a particular network.
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