I'm just a beginner in studying the command prompt in windows 10.
Out of curiosity I wanted to ask:
Where does the command prompt reads or writes the ARP Cache data from in windows 10? Meaning, the data in the ARP Cache (ARP Table) where is it actually located/stored for windows 10?
If it is stored on the hard-drive, then in what file is it stored? If I deleted that file or it becomes corrupted, then what would happen if I executed the
arp -acommand in cmd?