What property of ARP causes cached IP-to-MAC mappings to remain in memory longer?

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What property of ARP causes cached IP-to-MAC mappings to remain in memory longer?

  • Entries in an ARP table are time-stamped and are purged after the timeout expires.
  • A static IP-to-MAC address entry can be entered manually into an ARP table.
  • The type field 0x806 appears in the header of the Ethernet frame.
  • The port-to-MAC address table on a switch has the same entries as the ARP table on the switch.

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