Last Updated on January 16, 2019 by Admin
A network technician issues the arp -d * command on a PC after the router that is connected to the LAN is reconfigured. What is the result after this command is issued?
- The ARP cache is cleared.
- The current content of the ARP cache is displayed.
- The detailed information of the ARP cache is displayed.
- The ARP cache is synchronized with the router interface.
Issuing the arp –d * command on a PC will clear the ARP cache content. This is helpful when a network technician wants to ensure the cache is populated with updated information.