Layering, address resolution and protocol addresses, Computer Network Security

ADDRESS RESOLUTION AND PROTOCOL ADDRESSES

Address resolution (ARP) is a network interface layer protocol. Protocol addresses are used in all upper layers. Address resolution software hides ugly details and allows generality in upper layers. This is given in the figure below.

 

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