What would be the interface ID of an IPv6 enabled interface with a MAC address of 1C-6F-65-C2-BD-F8 when the interface ID is generated by using the EUI-64 process?
Explanation: To derive the EUI-64 interface ID by using the MAC address 1C-6F-65-C2-BD-F8, three steps are taken.
- Change the seventh bit of the MAC address from a binary 0 to a binary 1 which changes the hex C, into a hex E.
- Insert hex digits FFFE into the middle of the address.
- Rewrite the address in IPv6 format.
The three steps, when complete, give the interface ID of 1E6F:65FF:FEC2:BDF8.
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