Quiz for IRM Module 2
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Which of the following statements is/are NOT true about portable address?CorrectIncorrect
Suppose you are working for ISP A and ISP A needs an IPv6 address. What is the size of IPv6 block that you can request for ISP A?CorrectIncorrect
Portable Addresses are also called Provider-Dependant addresses or PD addresses.CorrectIncorrect
Internet Exchange Points (IXPs) are eligible for a /64 IPv6 assignment.CorrectIncorrect
Match the terms with the correct definitions
- Is when an address space is distributed to the Member for the purposes of subsequent delegation.
- Is when an address space is delegated to the Member for specific use within their network infrastructure. It is not meant to be sub-delegated or re-assigned.
Under the current IPv4 policy, what is the maximum delegation allowed from the final /8 block?CorrectIncorrect
When a change in the Member’s business structure happens, the organization taking over will need to have an APNIC account and transfer their IP addresses and ASNs over.CorrectIncorrect
The transfer pre-approval for Members who wish to better manage their transfers is valid for:CorrectIncorrect
APNIC provides a listing service to help Members that require more IPv4 address space to facilitate contact with source organizations willing to transfer unused IPv4 addresses.CorrectIncorrect
The initial LIR delegation criteria expects the requester to:CorrectIncorrect