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RELATED ARTICLE: Segregation by ARP Cache Poisoning
A problem with this technique is that the ARP cache is kept in RAM, which is to say that the Address Resolution Protocol cache is kept in Random Access Memory.
That's why the Reflection TCP/IP kernel comes complete with diagnostic and monitoring tools, such as statistics for packet counts, full SNMP MIB II agent with private MIB, IP route tables, ARP cache, and event and route trace utilities.