10.3.3 IPv6 Addressing Quiz Answers. Networking Basics Module 10 quiz exam answers
1. What is an advantage of using IPv6 ?
- more addresses for networks and hosts
- faster connectivity
- higher bandwidth
- more frequencies
2. What was the reason for the creation and implementation of IPv6?
- to make reading a 32-bit address easier
- to relieve IPv4 address depletion
- to provide more address space in the Internet Names Registry
- to allow NAT support for private addressing
3. Which letter represents the hexadecimal value of the decimal number 15?
4. A PC is configured with both an IPv4 and IPv6 address on the same network adapter. What IPv4 and IPv6 coexistence strategy is implemented on the PC?
- Dual stack
5. What are two methods that can be used to shorten the IPv6 address notation? (Choose two.)
- use of a double colon (::) to represent a string of all zero hextets
- omit all leading zeros from all hextets in the address
- remove all trailing zeros contained in the IPv6 address
- use double colons to represent a string of the same non-zero value
6. Which network migration technique encapsulates IPv6 packets inside IPv4 packets to carry them over IPv4 network infrastructures?
7. What does a double colon (::) represent in an IPv6 address notation?
- a continuous string of one or more hextets that contain only zeros
- at least eight occurrences of the same non-zero value
- the boundary between the network portion and the host portion of the address
- the beginning of the MAC address assigned to the IPv6 device
8. IPv6 increases the IP address size from 32 bits to how many bits?
9. Which technology enables devices in an IPv6-only network to communicate with devices in an IPv4-only network?
- link-local addressing
10. Which IPv6 address notation is valid?
11. Which two statements are correct about IPv4 and IPv6 addresses? (Choose two.)
- IPv6 addresses are represented by hexadecimal numbers.
- IPv4 addresses are represented by hexadecimal numbers.
- IPv6 addresses are 32 bits in length.
- IPv4 addresses are 32 bits in length.
- IPv4 addresses are 128 bits in length.
- IPv6 addresses are 64 bits in length.