On Thu, Jul 15, 2004 at 12:55:19PM -0600, Chuck Swiger wrote:
> The packet will contain the MAC address of the router.
> Your machine will lookup the MAC address by doing an ARPOP_REQUEST for the
> IP address mentioned in the routing table which matches the destination IP
> address of the packet being sent (typically, using your "default" route).

Ah, this is what I was looking for.  Thank you.

> Your description is right.  A good primer of TCP networking ought to discuss
> why people use subnetting, perhaps check 'TCP/IP Network Admin' from
> O'Reilly.

I will check it out.  Thanks for the pointer.

> --
> -Chuck

Danny MacMillan

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