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rarp and bootp 8 years 5 months ago #25755

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i know that rarp and bootp protocols are used for the physical - ip address mapping but can any one tell me wats the difference between them??
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Re: rarp and bootp 8 years 5 months ago #25759

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Bootp is a protocol (bootstrap protocol) use to dynamically assign IP addresses to *nix devices.

Rarp (reverse arp) is a protocol to find the IP address given the MAC address.
i know that rarp and bootp protocols are used for the physical - ip address mapping but can any one tell me wats the difference between them??
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