I would like to know in which case the arp cache needs to be manually deleted on computers.
in some MS OS version, the command is arp -d, and in some others susch as Windows 7, NETSH ...... is used.
what would clearing the cache help in troubleshooting a computer, assuming that no hardware in the network has been changed?
That would be a good and quick practice while trying to resolve connection problems regardless of the operating systems in use:
- After or during ARP-pollution virus attacks
- Power blackouts or spikes
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