What is the difference between the IPv6 addresses ::/0 and ::/128 ?
  • 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 8)