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In the following command, what does the first "2" represent?
int fast 0/0
ipv6 ospf 2 area 2
A. The interface identifier.
B. The OSPF interface priority.
C. The OSPF process number.
D. The solicited-node multicast node number.
E. None of the above.
Which of the following is true of the OSPFv3 RID?
A. It's configured with the router-id command.
B. It must be in IPv4 dotted decimal format, not in the format of an IPv6 address.
C. If you have no IPv4 addresses on the router, you'll need to manually configure a RID.
D. It must be in IPv6 address format; the OSPFv3 process will not accept an IPv4 address format for the RID.
With stateless DHCP and IPv6, which of the following values must still be supplied to the hosts via a DHCP Server?
A. DNS Server
B. Default gateway
C. Lease duration
D. The host's IPv6 address
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Here are the answers!
1. (C). The first number is the process number, and the second is the area number. (I know the second one is obvious. :) )
2. (A, B, C). When it comes to the OSPFv3 RID, you can hardcode it with the router-id command, it has to be in IPv4 dotted decimal format, and if you don't have an IPv4 address on your router, you have to use the router-id command before you can continue with your configuration.
3. (A). DHCPv6 stateless autoconfiguration almost eliminates the need for a DHCP server, but not quite - the DNS server information still has to come from that server.
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