Quick Quiz: IPv6

Test your knowledge of IPv6 and learn security tips in the process.

1.) What is another name for IPv6? 
a. MIP
b. CIDR
c. IPng
d. None of the above
Answer

2.) IPv4 uses a 32-bit addressing scheme. What does IPv6 use?
a. 16-bit
b. 56-bit
c. 64-bit
d. 128-bit
Answer

3.) True or False: IPv6 is backwards compatible with network protection devices, such as firewalls and IDS.
Answer

4.) As a security practitioner, which autoconfiguration technique – stateful or stateless – should you be more concerned about?
a. stateful configuration
b. stateless configuration
Answer

5.) IPv6 describes rules for the following types of addressing. Which is communication between a single sender and the nearest of several receivers in a group?
a. anycast
b. unicast
c. multicast
Answer

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This was last published in June 2005

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