IPv4 to IPv6 migration: Test your knowledge for a smooth transition

Test your knowledge of IPv4 to IPv6 migration by viewing this video and taking the quiz that follows. Explore the requirements for IPv6 and potentially win a prize.

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The IPv4 to IPv6 migration can be tricky, and knowing the requirements for IPv6 is essential for a smooth and seamless transition. This video from IT certification training provider Preplogic reviews the technological requirements for IPv6, including IPv6 implementation, differences between IPv4 and IPv6 in regards to configuration and routing protocols, tunneling, and serves as a thorough CCNA certification review. Once you have reviewed the video, take the quiz to test your knowledge of the material and information covered in the video. Those who score 100% on the quiz will be eligible for a drawing to win a full one-year access to PrepLogic's LearnSmart CCNA (640-802) Cloud Classroom course, including video training, practice exams, exam manuals, audio training, prescriptive learning and more. Good luck!

 

 

 

PrepLogic Quiz IPv6

1. What is a dual stack?
2. What do dual stacks mean for hosts?
3. What do dual stacks mean for routers?
4. True or False: Just like IPv4, most of the IPv6 routing protocols are interior gateway protocols (IGP).
5. How are the routing protocols for IPv6 different from those of IPv4?
6. What is one major difference between IPv4 and IPv6 configuration?
7. True or false: You can use the network router subcommand to enable IPv6 routing.
8. What are the four types of tunneling mentioned in the video?
9. Which type of tunnel are interfaces created?
10. Which type of tunnel is created on the IPv4 Internet?
11. Which type of tunnel does not work if IPv4 NAT is used between tunnel endpoints?
12. Which three types of tunnels are used for tunnels between routers?
13. What does a Network Address Translation Protocol Translation (NAT-PT) do?
14. True or false: In order for a NAT-PT to happen, a router in which NAT-PT is configured does not necessarily need to know the IPv6 address to which an IPv4 address should be translated.
15. True or False: NAT-PT helps to conserve IPv4 addresses through static definition, dynamic NAT and dynamic PAT.

This was first published in June 2011
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