Could someone help me, please ?
What is the binary pattern of unique ipv6 unique local address?
- A. 00000000
- B. 11111100
- C. 11111111
- D. 11111101
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If the question says: “ipv6 unique local” we must answer 11111100. Besides, If the question says “locally specified ipv6 unique local” then we must answer 11111101.
Thus the right answer is B.
I don’t think so..
For me, the answer is D. This is the current Unique Local Address that can being used.
I agree with your position. the answer is definitely D as the unique local is FD and its binary is 1111.1101.
Not a good question..
However, the important thing is which is considered the correct answer in the exam. Has anyone had this question before?
We are of the same mind, there’s a catch in the words and phrases.
Regardless, I look for the answer, it is B not D. and this is the explanation:
A IPv6 Unique Local Address is an IPv6 address in the block FC00::/7, which means that IPv6 Unique Local addresses begin with 7 bits with exact binary pattern as 1111 110 .