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6 Multiple choice questions

  1. Routers do not fragment IPv6 Packets
    Maximum packet size must be established prior to transmission
  2. IPv6 uses a fixed length subnet mask. All Subnets are /64
    Simplified packet header.
    This facilitates efficient routing
    No header checksum to calculate
    -Link layer and higher layer checksums are relied upon for header integrity
  3. Link local address are addresses that are automatically configured using the interfaces hardware address.
    These addresses are not routable!
    Link local address use the prefix fe80::/10
  4. IPv6 has the ability for entire subnets to move from one router to another router without needing address re-assignment
  5. More Addresses
    Security Support Mandatory
    Global Multicast Support
    No Broadcasts
    Mobility
    Simplified Routing
    Fixed Extendable Header
    No Packet Fragmentation
    Auto Configuration
  6. Long strings of zeros may be shortened with :: (you can only substitute once in an address!)
    For example
    2001:DB8:0:0:8:800:200C:417A becomes 2001:DB8::8:800:200C:417A

5 True/False questions

  1. MulticastUnicast addresses identify a single network interface. This is the most common type of address used. And is analogous to an IPv4 address

          

  2. More AddressesIPv6 uses a 128 bit address space
    That is about 340,282,366,920,938,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000 addresses

          

  3. Security Support MandatoryMore Addresses
    Security Support Mandatory
    Global Multicast Support
    No Broadcasts
    Mobility
    Simplified Routing
    Fixed Extendable Header
    No Packet Fragmentation
    Auto Configuration

          

  4. Need for IPV6More Addresses
    Security Support Mandatory
    Global Multicast Support
    No Broadcasts
    Mobility
    Simplified Routing
    Fixed Extendable Header
    No Packet Fragmentation
    Auto Configuration

          

  5. AnycastAn Anycast address is an address that is applied to more than one interface.
    When a packet is routed to an Anycast address it is delivered to the first interface discovered configured with that Anycast address