RARP (Reverse ARP)

Before DHCP, there were other protocols to assign an IP address to a host. First, there was RARP (Reverse ARP), later came BOOTP (Bootstrap Protocol). RARP is an old protocol and we don’t use it anymore to assign IP addresses to hosts. It has been replaced by BOOTP and later by DHCP. So, what exactly […]

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