What is the minimum configuration for a router interface that is participating in IPv6 routing?
- to have only a link-local IPv6 address
- to have both an IPv4 and an IPv6 address
- to have a self-generated loopback address
- to have both a link-local and a global unicast IPv6 address
- to have only an automatically generated multicast IPv6 address
Explanation: With IPv6, a router interface typically has more than one IPv6 address. The router will at least have a link-local address that can be automatically generated, but the router commonly has an global unicast address also configured.
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