IPv6 Questions
  • What are two rules for compacting IPv6 addresses? (Choose two)

    A. Every 16-bit segment that consists of all zeroes can be represented with a single
    colon.
    B. The trailing zeroes in any 16-bit segment do not have to be written.
    C. The leading zeroes in any 16-bit segment do not have to be written.
    D. Any single, continuous string of one or more 16-bit segments that consists of all zeroes
    can be represented with a double colon.
    E. The maximum number of times a double colon can replace a 16-bit segment that consists
    of all zeroes is two.
    F. Two zeroes in the middle of any 16-bit segment do not have to be written. 8)
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  • You need to design an addressing scheme for the IPv6 network. What is the
    difference between the IPv6 addresses ::/0 and ::/128?

    A. ::/0 is the unspecified address, and ::/128 is the multicast address.
    B. ::/0 is the unicast address, and ::/128 is the multicast address.
    C. ::/0 is the anycast address, and ::/128 is the multicast address.
    D. ::/0 is the default route, and ::/128 is the unspecified address.
    E. ::/0 is the unicast address, and ::/128 is the anycast address.
    F. ::/0 is the anycast address, and ::/128 is the default address.
    G. None of the other alternatives apply
    B-)