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This article describes how to display the ARP table on a FortiGate unit, configured in NAT mode.

The Address Resolution Protocol (ARP) is a communication protocol used for discovering the link layer address, such as a MAC address, associated with a given internet layer address, typically an IPv4 address.This mapping is a critical function in the Internet protocol suite.ARP was defined in 1982 by RFC 826, which is Internet Standard STD 37. ARP has been implemented with many combinations. Cleared the arp on the L3 switch and was able to ping the new server from that switch. I could not ping it from the ASA 5505 directly connected to that switch. I could not find a way to clear the mac-address-table on the 5505 so I ended up having to reboot it which.

When VDOMs are not enabled:

FGT # get system arp

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AddressAge(min)Hardware AddrInterface

192.168.1.100000:22:19:17:bd:16internal1

192.168.172.75100:22:19:25:bf:55wan1

192.168.172.254000:21:f7:b0:b8:00wan1

When VDOMs are enabled:
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FGT # config vdom
FGT (vdom) # edit root
current vf=root:0

AddressAge(min)Hardware AddrInterface

192.168.1.100000:22:19:17:bd:16internal1

192.168.172.75100:22:19:25:bf:55wan1

192.168.172.254000:21:f7:b0:b8:00wan1

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Bombarded with jargon, no wonder networking beginners get lost. Sean Wilkins, co-author of CCNA Routing and Switching 200-120 Network Simulator, explains some crucial terminology for anyone who needs to understand complex networking.
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Overview

A number of different information types, terms, and names for data are thrown at all new networking students. Two of these information sources are vital to basic networking: Media Access Control (MAC) tables and Address Resolution Protocol (ARP) tables. Without at least a basic understanding of how these tables are used, it is hard to comprehend how information passes through a network. This article takes a look at each of these information sources, how they are used in the transmission of network traffic, and how they work together to move data from point A to point B.

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