- Address Resolution Protocol (ARP)
A protocol for resolving Internet Protocol (IP) addresses into media access control (MAC) addresses. See also inverse ARP (INARP) and reverse ARP (RARP)
- ARP cache
A table for each interface of static or dynamically resolved Internet Protocol (IP) addresses and their corresponding media access control (MAC) addresses. Also known as a neighbor cache.
- Authenticated Internet Protocol (AuthIP)
An enhanced version of the Internet Key Exchange (IKE) protocol in Windows Server 2008 and Windows Vista that supports additional authentication flexibility with support for user-level authentication, authentication ...
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