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Which of the following statements is/are NOT true about portable address?CorrectIncorrect
Company B, an enterprise network, would like to obtain an IPv6 block for multihoming purposes. What is the minimum size of the IPv6 block that they can request?.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
True or False. All members start with an assignment window of zero, but increases as member gains experience in address management.CorrectIncorrect
__________ is required when customer assignments are larger than a Member’s current assignment window.CorrectIncorrect
True or False. Internet Exchange Points (IXPs) are eligible for a /64 IPv6 assignment.CorrectIncorrect
Match the following IRM objectives to its description.
The efficient use of IPv4 addresses
Limit the growth of the routing table
Ensures uniqueness and facilitates in troubleshooting
ISP A is an APNIC member with a /21 IPv4 address. As an APNIC member for more than a few years, they now have an Assignment Window of /26. Now one of his customers requested for a /24 block.What should ISP A do in this situation?CorrectIncorrect