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John Summerfield wrote:
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ICMP doesn't depend on knowing how IP traffic is transported.
If I ping (send ICMP echo request) a non-existing, local IP
address, the first thing my machine does is sending an
arp who-has on the wire. No ICMP package is sent before
my machine receives the is-at answer.

Mogens

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