6 Written questions
6 Multiple choice questions
- Global address
- Unicast addresses identify a single network interface. This is the most common type of address used. And is analogous to an IPv4 address
- Unique local address are similar in nature to IPv4 private Addresses in that they are not assigned by a numbering authority, however they are probably globally unique and are routable within participating sites
- 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
- IPSec provides
Certificate based authentication
- When a packet is sent to a multicast address the packet is delivered to all hosts that are assigned that multicast address
5 True/False questions
TTL → TTL is now a hop count rather than time based for simpler calculation
No packet fragmentation → Routers do not fragment IPv6 Packets
Maximum packet size must be established prior to transmission
Link-Local → 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
Anycast → An 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
More Addresses → Global address