Refer to the exhibit. How will R1 generate the interface ID portion of the IPv6 address on interface FastEthernet 0/0?
- by using stateful DHCP
- by using a manually set value of 64
- by using a randomly generated 64-bit number
- by using the interface MAC address with a 16-bit filler
Explanation: A router interface will generate an EUI-64 interface ID that is based on the interface MAC address. The EUI-64 process takes the 48-bit MAC address, splits it in half, adds the hex value FFFE in the middle, and then flips the seventh bit.
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