Jun 182011
 

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Covers technical knowledge of ping and traceroute commands on Linux and Windows.

1. What command do you use to ping an IPv6 address on Free Open Source UNIX platforms such as Linux, FreeBSD, etc?

<em id="__mceDel"> ping -A inet6
ping --ipv6
ping6 X
pingsix</em>

2. What command do you use to traceroute to an IPv6 address on Free Open Source UNIX platforms such as Linux, FreeBSD, etc?
traceroute -A inet6
traceroute --inet6
traceroute6 X
traceroutesix

3. What command do you use to ping an IPv6 address on a Microsoft Windows platform?
pingsix
ping --inet6
ping X
ping --ipv6

4. What command do you use to traceroute to an IPv6 address on a Microsoft Windows platform?
traceroute
traceroute6
tracert --ipv6
tracert X

5. IPv6 addresses are written using what number base?
hexadecimal (base 16) X
octal (base 8)
binary (base 2)
decimal (base 10)

6. Hexadecimal digits are represented by:
0 to 9
0 to 9 and A to F X
0 to 7
0 and 1

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