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  1. May you pls explain same scenario adding 2 switches and 2 routers in between.

    Computer A -------Switch1-----ROUTER1------------------ROUTER 2 ---- Switch2 ----- Computer B.

    Much Thanks !!

  2. Hi Rene ,

    Yes i am not able to ping any of those which shows as incomplete.
    I was not getting an answer from anyone on this and finally i got it from you. Thanks Rene .

    Regards
    Kiran

  3. This is best explained with the following two captures:

    https://networklessons.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/12/wireshark-capture-arp-request.png

    Above you can see the ARP request. The sender (fa:16:3e:38:94:94) creates the ARP request and is looking for 192.168.12.2. It encapsulates this in an Ethernet frame with its own MAC address as the source and destination broadcast.

    Everyone on the subnet will hear this message, the device that has the destination MAC address will reply:

    https://networklessons.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/12/wireshark-capture-arp-reply.p

    ... Continue reading in our forum

  4. Hi.

    Router A wants to know MAC address of router B. So, it broadcasts ARP. Only router B replies.
    In this case, target MAC should be FF:FF:FF:FF:FF:FF which is broadcastin ARP request. Why the target MAC is all 0’s in ARP request?

  5. Guess its somewhat clear. Thanks a lot Rene.

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