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Can ARP tables store addresses for other networks?

I'm not 100% sure if it works, but as @Ricky says, you could add separate routes for each network element in network A. For Linux it works like this: Put custom static routes in /etc/network/...
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Can ARP tables store addresses for other networks?

"It doesn't work like that." Nothing in network A will even attempt to find network B via layer-2 (ARP), because it's not a local ("on-link") network. They will forward that ...
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Can ARP tables store addresses for other networks?

You seem to be talking about proxy ARP: the source (or previous hop) thinks that an address is on link (this might be a problem for you). On-link addresses are resolved by ARP, so an ARP request is ...
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