Reverse Address Resolution Protocol
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<networking, protocol> (RARP) A protocol defined in RFC 903 which provides the reverse function of ARP. RARP maps
a hardware address (MAC address) to an IP address.
It is used primarily by diskless nodes, when they first
initialise, to find their IP address.
See also BOOTP.
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