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I need clarification on this question for my MCSE EXAM

You work as the enterprise administrator at CertKiller.com. The CertKiller.com network consists of
a single Active Directory domain named CertKiller.com which uses Internet Protocol version 6
(IPv6)
CertKiller.com currently has their headquarters located in Miami containing 25 subnets.
During the course of the business day you receive instruction from CertKiller.com to install a
server named CERTKILLER-SR01 on the network. CertKiller.com wants you to configure
CERTKILLER-SR01 to communicate with all client computers on all the IPv6 subnets.

What should you do?
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A. You should consider having the IPv6 address fe80::2c0:d11f:fec8:3124/64 configured for
CERTKILLER-SR01.
B. You should consider having the IPv6 address fd00:: 2c0:d11f:fec8:3124/8 configured for
CERTKILLER-SR01.
C. You should consider having the IPv6 address 0000::2c0:d11f:fec8:3124/64 configured for
CERTKILLER-SR01.
D. You should consider having the IPv6 address ff80::2c0:d11f:fec8:3124/64 configured for
CERTKILLER-SR01

What is the answer?
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bevhostCommented:

They will be looking for Answer B.

why?

fd00:: is a private IP range which can only be used by computers on a closed network.
fe80:: is a local link only.
0000:: is a deprecated IPv4 Address map.
ff80:: is in the multicast range


(fd00:: addresses are also not recommended, as you really should use public address space. So one could argue the correct answer is E) none of the above.)



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Habib ZNetwork AnalystAuthor Commented:
Thank you for the explanation.
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Habib ZNetwork AnalystAuthor Commented:
Thanks
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