A network administrator is troubleshooting connectivity problems on a small IPv6 network that consists of two network segments that are connected by a single router. The administrator can ping the IP addresses of local hosts on each segment from the router. Hosts on one network segment cannot successfully ping the IP addresses of hosts on the other network segment. What is the most likely cause of the connectivity problem between the segments?

IT Questions BankCategory: CCNA Discovery v4A network administrator is troubleshooting connectivity problems on a small IPv6 network that consists of two network segments that are connected by a single router. The administrator can ping the IP addresses of local hosts on each segment from the router. Hosts on one network segment cannot successfully ping the IP addresses of hosts on the other network segment. What is the most likely cause of the connectivity problem between the segments?

A network administrator is troubleshooting connectivity problems on a small IPv6 network that consists of two network segments that are connected by a single router. The administrator can ping the IP addresses of local hosts on each segment from the router. Hosts on one network segment cannot successfully ping the IP addresses of hosts on the other network segment. What is the most likely cause of the connectivity problem between the segments?

  • incorrect VLAN assignments on each segment
  • broadcast storm that is caused by a malfunctioning NIC on a host
  • incorrect DNS mappings of host names to IPv6 addresses
  • IPv6 traffic forwarding not configured on the router

Exam with this question: CCNA Discovery 4: DCompNtwk Final Exam

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