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On local area networks, ARP (address resolution protocol) is used by TCP/IP to:
a. Store ARP bindings in a local cache on each networked computer
b. Bind a network interface's physical address to an IP address
c. Start the gratuitous ARP broadcast function
d. Check if another machine on the network is using the same IP
e. Ensure your Alaskan Malamute is leashed at all times
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