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ALSO CALLED: Generic Attributes Registration Protocol, Group Address Registration Protocol, Registration Protocols, General Attributes Registration Protocol
DEFINITION: GARP (Generic Attribute Registration Protocol) is a local area network (LAN) protocol that defines procedures by which end stations and switches can register and de-register attributes, such as network identifiers or addresses, with each other. Every end station and switch thus has a record, or list, of all the other end stations and switches that can be reached at any given time. When an attribute  … 
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GARP DEFINITION (continued): …  for an end station or switch is registered or de-registered according to GARP, the set of reachable end stations and switches, called participants, is modified according to specific rules. The defined set of participants at any given time, along with their attributes, is a subset of the network topology called the reachability tree. Data frames are propagated only to registered end stations. This prevents attempts to send data to end stations that are not reachable. GARP was previously called Group Address Registration Protocol. >> Stay up to date by receiving the latest IT term daily. Simply … 
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