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-=====ARP-table=====+===== ARP-table=====
  
 ARP is a network level protocol, that transfers IP-addresses (network level addresses) into MAC-addresses (channel level addresses) in TCP/IP networks. ARP table shows IP and MAC addresses of all nodes connected to the server. ​ ARP is a network level protocol, that transfers IP-addresses (network level addresses) into MAC-addresses (channel level addresses) in TCP/IP networks. ARP table shows IP and MAC addresses of all nodes connected to the server. ​
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 **Note.** If, in the ARP table, the User was defined, for example, the MAC address 0a: 1b: 2c: 3d: 4e: 5f and the corresponding IP address 192.168.1.1. And after some time the IP address was changed to another, for example, 10.0.0.1, then in the ICS CUBE for this User two IP addresses associated with one 0a: 1b: 2c: 3d: 4e: 5f will be displayed, since in the ARP system table will have both entries. An incorrect entry in the ARP table will be deleted automatically no later than 1200 seconds. **Note.** If, in the ARP table, the User was defined, for example, the MAC address 0a: 1b: 2c: 3d: 4e: 5f and the corresponding IP address 192.168.1.1. And after some time the IP address was changed to another, for example, 10.0.0.1, then in the ICS CUBE for this User two IP addresses associated with one 0a: 1b: 2c: 3d: 4e: 5f will be displayed, since in the ARP system table will have both entries. An incorrect entry in the ARP table will be deleted automatically no later than 1200 seconds.
  
-===== Log. =====+==== Log. ====
  
 In the “Log” table you can find all the system messages from the ARP table. Log is divided to pages, you can use the “Next” and “Previous” buttons to navigate through it, or enter the page number to go to it directly. ​ In the “Log” table you can find all the system messages from the ARP table. Log is divided to pages, you can use the “Next” and “Previous” buttons to navigate through it, or enter the page number to go to it directly. ​
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