Re: ARP packet and Hardware Address Type

From: Michal Wojciechowski (odyniec-usenet_at_odyniec.net)
Date: 09/27/03

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    Adam Dyga <adeonNOSPAM@tlen.pl> writes:

    > There is the Hardware Address Type field in ARP packet.
    > What is the difference between 1 (Ethernet) and 6(IEEE 802 LAN) value in
    > this field? Which one should I use in typical 100Mb/s LAN network?

    Ethernet and IEEE 802 are two different frame types. For a typical
    LAN, you should probably use 1.

    If you'd like to know a little more on the subject, see
    http://www.networksorcery.com/enp/protocol/arp.htm.

    Regards,

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