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When must a local host try to route through an intermediary host to reach a remote host?

When must a local host try to route through an intermediary host to reach a remote host?

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A.
when the remote host is NOT in the ARP cache

B.
when the local host IP address was obtained using RARP

C.
when the routing table on the local host has been updated by RIP

D.
when the network address of the remote host differs from the network address of the local host

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