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How many responses does a computer expect to receive when it broadcasts an ARP request?  Explain why?
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Learn for yourself:  http://www.faqs.org/rfcs/rfc826.html
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I have the answer from the book.  I have the answers from instructor's notes.  I have data collected from internet research.  I stumbled upon this site while researching the internet and decided to use it for verification of understanding.
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