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Question No. 1
Refer to the exhibit. R2 cannot to learn RP information from XR3. Which issue is the source of the problem?
Question No. 2
The 18.104.22.168 multicast IP address maps to which multicast MAC address?
Least significant 23 bits of IP address and pre-pend 01-00-5E
192 less 128 becomes 64 = 40
16 = 10
1 = 01
Question No. 3
Which of the following can be used by dual-stack service providers supporting IPv4/IPv6 customers with dual-stack hosts using public IPv6 addresses and private IPv4 addresses?
Carrier Grade NAT is a large-scale NAT, capable of providing private-IPv4-to-public-IPv4 translation in the order of millions of translations. Carrier Grade NAT can support several hundred thousand subscribers with the bandwidth throughput of at least 10Gb/s full-duplex. With IPv4 addresses reaching depletion, Carrier Grade NAT is vital in providing private IPv4 connectivity to the public IPv4 internet. In addition, Carrier Grade NAT is not limited to IPv4 NAT; it can also translate between IPv4 and IPv6 addresses.
Question No. 4
When implementing IP SLA icmp-echo probes on Cisco IOS-XE routers, which two options are available for IPv6? (Choose two.)
Question No. 5
Refer to the exhibit.
The following multicast IP addresses map to which multicast MAC address?
Question No. 6
Which difference occurs between intradomain and interdomain routing technology?
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