CCIE Certification Question of the Week - JUNE0807

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LAST WEEK'S ANSWER:

Answer: a, c, d

 

Topic Domain: 3e

 

Issues:

Which of these statements are true? What makes the incorrect options
false?

 

Solutions:

Fragmentation is no longer performed by intermediate nodes in IPv6. It is
permitted only between the originating node and the destination. There is
an Extension Header called Fragment Header that can be used to carry
information to the destination node. IPv6 specifications have
consistently called for a minimum MTU. RFC 2460 in 1998 called for 1280
bytes at a minimum. Path MTU Discovery does exist in IPv6, but there is
no longer a Donít Fragment bit.

 

More Information:

IPv6 Internals

http://www.cisco.com/web/about/ac123/ac147/archived_issues/ipj_9-3/ipv6
_internals.html

 

LAST WEEK'S QUESTION:

3-11-3. Which of the following statements regarding fragmentation in IPv6
are correct? Choose all that apply.

 

a. Fragmentation is permitted only between the originating node and the
destination
b. Path MTU Discovery exists in IPv6 and uses the Donít Fragment bit in
its operation
c. A Fragment Header contains information regarding packet fragmentation
d. IPv6 specifications call for a minimum MTU in IPv6
 

THIS WEEK'S QUESTION:

3-11-4. Which tunnel type features sites using addresses from the
2002::/16 prefix?

 

a. ISATAP
b. 6to4
c. IPv4-Compatible
d. GRE
e. None of these options are correct
 

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