Answers to Review Questions
1. D. To calculate the network mask, you need to figure out which power number (2x) is greater than or equal to the number you need. Since we are looking for 1000, 210 = 1022. You then add the power (10) to the current network mask (53 + 10 = 63).
2. A. When you look at an IPv6 address, the first sections tell you the IPv6 address space prefix. Fd00:: /8 is the unique local unicast prefix and this allows the server to communicate with all local machines within your intranet.
3. C. The unique local address can be FC00 or FD00 and is used like the private address space of IPv4. Unique local addresses are not expected to be routable on the global Internet, but they are used for private routing within an organization. ...