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IPv6 addressing Quiz

Q1:  Internet Protocol version 6 (IPv6) is the latest revision of the _______

• UDP
• TCP
• Network
• IP

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Q2:  IPv6 Global unicast addresses connects us to _________

• Internal network
• Workgroup
• WAN
• LAN

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Q3:  2000::/3 are the leading bits of ________

• Class B
• Multicast addresses
• Global Unicast address
• Unique Local Unicast

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Q4:  In IPv4 we have the loopback address of 127.0.0.1 where as in IPv6 we have _____ as loopback address.

• 0:0:0:0:0:0:0:0:1
• FF::/8
• 127.255.255.1
• 127.1.1.1

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Q5:  Deployment of IPv6 can be done by following models:

• Dual-stack model
• Hybrid model
• Service block model
• OSI model

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Q6:  _____ is a protocol used for automatic assignment of IPv6 addresses to hosts.

• DHCP
• DHCPv6
• DNS
• V6DHCP

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Q7:  The global routing prefix is generally ____ bits in length, and the subnet ID is 16 bits in global unicast address.

• 64
• 32
• 48
• 128

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Q8:  Which of following is the correct example IPv6 address.

• 224.222.190.100
• 2001:1265::0AE4:0000:005B:06B0
• 255.255.255.1
• 233.9.249.255

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Q9:  _____ was originally developed for IPv6.

• Subnetting
• TCP
• VPN
• IPsec

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Q10:  Link local address is significant only to _______

• Individual nodes on single link
• Individual nodes on multiple link

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Q11:  In the DNS, network devices are mapped to IPv6 addresses by

• MX records
• AAAA records
• Forward zone
• Reverse zone

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Q12:  Which of following are the most common types of the IPv6 addresses:

• IPv6 Unicast
• Class A
• IPv6 Anycast
• IPv6 Multicast

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Q13:  Multicast addresses in IPv6 are used for send data from ______ nodes with identifying the set of host. Broadcast

• many to many
• collision domain
• one to many

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Q14:  The IPv6 address 2001:1265:0000:0000:0AE4:0000:005B:06B0 with Both Zero and Leading zero compression can be represented as

• 2001:1265::0AE4:0000:005B:06B0
• 2001:1265::AE4::5B:6B0
• 2001:1265:0:0:AE4:0:5B:6B0
• 2001:1265::AE4:0:5B:6B0

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Q15:  The 128 bits of an IPv6 address are represented in ______ of 16 bits each.

• 6 groups
• 8 groups
• 16 groups
• 4 groups

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Q16:  IPV6 address 2E21:0000:0000:0000:0011:0002:00C3:00A4 with only leading zero compression can be represented as:

• 2E21:0:0:0:11:2:C3:A4
• 192.168.34.60
• 2E21::11:2:C3:A4
• 2E21:0000::0011:0002:00C3:00A4

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Q17:  IPv6 address is of _____ bits.

• 128
• 32
• 48
• 64

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