Network+ IP and IPv6 Addressing Practice Quiz

Have some fun with this quick quiz covering some IP and IPv6 addressing topics from Network+ by CompTIA.

Network+ - IP and IPv6 Addressing - 1

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27 thoughts on “Network+ IP and IPv6 Addressing Practice Quiz

    1. An IPv6 address features a 128 bit address and a 128 bit subnet mask. This is like the 32 bit address and 32 bit mask in IPv4. The “default” network portion is 64 bits. So by default, we use a 128 bit address with a mask signifying 64 network bits. It would look like this: 2001:1211::1/64. Notice we always use prefix notation for the mask in IPv6.

  1. Cool 5/5 – I would love to find a good resource on IPv6. Still not feeling comfortable with implementation considerations.

      1. Notice that it is a rather dated title – but it is still excellent for the initial study. It is also completely vendor neutral.

  2. Great quiz.
    I guessed on number 3, because I was most familiar with the answer. I was really tempted to selecting ICMP.

    1. Be sure to contact Stephen or Tanzeen – I suppose LinkedIn is one easy way to do that. I have no control options over those aspects of the TTT. Thanks for your understanding.

  3. Congratulations – you have completed Network+ – IP and IPv6 Addressing – 1. You scored 4 out of 5. Your performance has been rated as Good work!

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