Hello, when user sends an ARP REQUEST, the router gets it, what is the logic of sending it back to user ? Do he send back (same interface) (from where ARP REQUEST came) ? Or it consults routing table where to send arp reply ?
Thank you. in standard situation there are no difference cause almost all sitautions will have directly connected interface. /24 or /30 (nevermind)
but in my case i have this configuration:
ip route x.x.x.x/32 fa0/0.135
vlan id 135
ip unnumbered loopback 0
all interfaces have source as unnumbered interface, and the users working by directing at them static routes. So i have an question do any user in that interface can get ARP with any IP addres or IP address in static route.
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