what is the hierarchy for IPv6 aggregatable addresses?

Observe the following options, what is the hierarchy for IPv6 aggregatable addresses?

A.
Global, site, loop

B.
Multicast, anycast, unicast

C.
Public, site, interface

D.
Internet, site, interface

Discussion

2 Responses to “what is the hierarchy for IPv6 aggregatable addresses?”

  1. phasersonstun says:

    (http://tools.ietf.org/html/rfc2374)

    ” Aggregatable addresses are organized into a three level hierarchy:

    – Public Topology
    – Site Topology
    – Interface Identifier”

  2. Keith says:

    Thanks phasersonstun.
    More info from page 2 of that rfc:

    “Public topology is the collection of providers and exchanges who provide public Internet transit services. Site topology is local to a specific site or organization which does not provide public transit service to nodes outside of the site. Interface identifiers identify interfaces on links.”

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